We didn’t have a good start in Sydney. After a stomach twisting domestic flight due to turbulence, we landed safely in Sydney. The weather didn’t help a bit – severe rain fall and cyclonic winds brought halt to our plans. We braved ourselves and walked under the rain to the nearest mall for dinner.
Next day didn’t begin brightly either. The constant rain threatened to cut short our trips and by noon, we ended up at Powerhouse Museum – the only indoor activity we could participate at that time.
The visit to the museum was surprisingly good, informational and educational both scientifically and historically. Our evening truly well spent.
Our 3rd day in Sydney began with yet another wet day and we knew this would be the day where we had to do what we have planned for the past 2 days. So, Sydney Fish Market. Not too shabby although I’d say it catered mostly for tourists as we saw busloads of Chinese tourists swarming the place. I’d still prefer the old school Victoria Market back in Melbourne anytime.
We hopped on the local bus and headed to Circular Quay where we walked around to see the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
We walked leisurely around Botanic Gardens too, whilst the rain clouds gathered to give us another soaking again but we held up.
We also visited Darling Harbour for its view before calling it a day.
Our 4th day started quite well. After the lovely breakfast at Surry Hills, we took the bus to Circular Quay again for a closer view of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
We also checked out the surroundings, aptly called “The Rocks”. Such a beautiful place to walk around.
We took on the bridge to see how it feels like to cross one of the world’s famous landmarks.
The view from the bridge was spectacular – more when the skies finally cleared up.
Our 5th day spent on the train heading towards Katoomba where we visited The Three Sisters. Katoomba is really a nice, quaint town by the way.
We did a lot of walking and we loved it especially under the cool and crisp weather.
We also stopped by Katoomba’s historically rich hotel. I loved how things are still preserved nicely until today.
We spent a night in Katoomba before returning to Sydney.
In a nutshell, plenty of good coffee in Sydney, the museum is worth the visit and crossing Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the things you should do. The next time when I’m back, I’d definitely check out Bondi Beach too.
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