Finally, I had some free time in my schedule and enough energy in my body to go outside and enjoy the sun. I have been working a lot lately to save up as much money as I can. It leaves me tired and not in the mood to go outside, but I choose for that at the moment. Because I have a goal! Last week it was a wonderful day in Sydney, the winter temperatures had risen above 20 degrees and the sun was burning. It made me decide to go outside and explore some foodie hotspots in Sydney, starting off with a new ice cream place called ‘ Honey Creme’, located at Goulburn St.
Het is weer een hele poos geleden dat ik mijn laatste dagboekverhaal voor jullie schreef. Dit is vooral omdat er niet zo heel veel spannends gebeurd om over naar huis te schrijven, letterlijk. Toch zat ik er over na te denken wat ik nu allemaal aan het doen ben en kwam tot de conclusie dat het voor jullie thuis misschien wel ontzettend interessant is. enfin, tijd voor een update besloot ik dus. Ik ben terug in Australië en heb een huis, werk en een fiets in Sydney, waar ik alweer 2,5 maand ben.
The Vivid Festival of Lights is an annual event in Sydney. I must be honost, I had never heard of the festival in my life, but it was nice! For three entire weeks the city features light art and other inspirational events. There is a lot going on in the three weeks, too much to visit everything. I ended up only seeing the main things in CBD as Darling Harbour, The Operahouse and the Botanical Garden. I went on a stroll with my camera and this was the result!
I love markets! Most of the times I don’t even buy things, but I just love to make a stroll around the stands with collectors items, books and pre loved clothing. Last sunday I went to the Rozelle Collecters Market in Sydney and what a nice one this is! Lovely music playing, a nice amount of stands that are all well worth nosing about. The sun was shining and then it was time for lunch!
Yup, sushi again! I am addicted… I just can´t help it, and you find sushi everywhere around here. I think it is just the Ozzie way to go to have a sushi roll for lunch or to get some Japanese treats for diner. Well, I don´t mind to go with the flow at all! Today, I wandered around the Fish Market on Bank Street. After walking past some amazingly big King crab, lobster and abalone I bumped into the Fish Market Cafe. And I saw, whaaat! SUSHI DONUTS! Or ‘DOSHI’ 🙂