Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.
“We Travel Not To Escape Life. But For Life Not To Escape Us.”
“Travel brings power and love back into your life.”
I wanted to rediscover first Singapore the country where I have not fully immersed myself into the first time I went there.
For my last day in Sydney, I decided to go back to Bondi Beach. I would not in a million years imagined that I’d ever set foot a part of Australia. I took some big risks and overcome some of my fears, and there I was in my first SOLO trip.
This Australian museum is meant to exhibit, interpret and collect contemporary art, both from Australia and other parts of the world. MCA is located on the western edge of Circular Quay.
I was 30 minutes early of the schedule so I took breakfast at Macca’s (that’s the affectionate Australian nickname for McDonald’s)! I ate some breakfast bun and a large hot choco for the cold weather. Breakfast would cost one about $12 AUD.
All you need is a lot of energy to be able to maximise your trip, as it will require most of the times a lot of walking. I don’t think I have done so much walking in my life at the same time loving every minute of it.
As a frustrated mermaid, this particular attraction is close to my heart that is why it is my top pick attraction next to the beaches.
While Bondi Beach gets most exposure and attention from tourists, Sydneysiders and surfers seem to fancy other local beaches like Manly Beach. Manly is surely a surfer’s paradise. If surfing is there, then expect surfers to feast your eyes on.
I am missing this place. There is no cure for it but to go back! #hoping
My 3rd day in Sydney followed supposedly my 2nd day schedule. Nevertheless, I realized, I have to be flexible for many things beyond my control to enjoy a once in a lifetime experience. So my 3rd day was really intended for city tour and really HEAVY walking.