9 Jan 2008

New Year Holidays

Sydney Tower

Sydney’s best views from the Observation Deck of Sydney Tower
From Sydney’s golden beaches to the blue mountains, enjoy breathtaking 360-degree views from the highest point above Sydney, including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour. It is the perfect way to start your Sydney Vacation. Plus your ticket to the top includes OzTrek, a virtual reality ride, taking you across Australia's cultural history and geography aided by real motion seating and 180 degree cinema screens. Upgrade your tower ticket to include Skywalk, an exhilarating walk on top of Sydney Tower.

Can't leave Sydney without shopping. Much more shops and stocks than Melbourne.
That's probably one of the reasons I want to move here. Darling love the food and I love the shopping.
There's always something missing in a girl's wardrobe. I guess I'm still wondering what that is. That's why I have to keep shopping.
Alananh Hill, Alice McCall, Cue, Jigsaw, Natasha and Carla Zampatti...

on me...
Alannah Hill Top Black
Gorman Balloon Skirt
Chanel Metallic Gold Python Sandals
Chanel Metallic Black Flap

shoe of the day...

In the city

Had a quick lunch at Chinatown just before we went off to Wollongong.

Bondi Beach

We stayed at the Harp Motel which we booked online. Well...it's more like a boarding house with all those rules. No thongs or sandals during weekends and no t-shirt??? Luckily we only stayed for one night.

There were all those restaurants on the side of the hotel
Yum! The owner is the most friendly guy and his food has qulaity and also quantity!
Very nice little cafe, sitting outside and enjoy the a summer night.
Da Lucio Cafe Restaurant
Shop 3/ 123 Corrimal St
NSW, 2500

For me...
Ice Chocolate
Cold meat with Turkish bread and cheese
Grilled Salmon

For him...
Milk Shake
Garlic Prawn
Chicken Parmigana

on me...
Cue Cotton Black Tee
Esprit Coral Shorts
Country Road Jelly Thong

shoe of the day...

Wollongong Town Center
Print postcards from a local artist. Those were her own drawings. She's such a talent girl. See her works at her space party4alice

The Sea

Sea Cliff Bridge

Wollongong Nian Tian Temple
Nan Tien Temple is a tradition Chinese Temple. Form the main gate to the Main Shrine, you can the architecture elements and layout that represent the Chinese culture. Different statues as symbolic reminders of the particular Buddhism's or Bodhisattva's inherent virtues and ideals which devotees wish to cultivate within themselves...

Vegetarian food served here as well...

Coastal Line, quiet and beautiful.

South Coast NSW, Kiama

on me...
Cue Cotton Tee Black
Sass & Bide Jeans
Country Road Jelly Thong

Stayed at a 4.5 stars Motel in Bateman Bay.
We got there at 9:45pm and most motel receptions in small towns close at 10pm.
So lucky we got a room but quiet expensive in my opinion.
We couldn't find any vacancy motel in the previous town and this forced us to take the offer.
Afterall, can't sleep in the car. It was next to a funeral service.
Darling scared of ghost, so I decided not to tell him about it until the next morning.
He didn't find out until we leave.
We both had weird dreams with someone close us suicided or murdered. Feels so strange.
Not many restaurants in town and all of them have been closed after 10pm.
Our only choices were Pizza or fish and chips.
I decicded to give it a try at the local seafood shop.
We order Oysters in Kilpatric sauce, half garlic lobster with chips and clab claws.
I love their clab claws, so tasty!
Unfortunately no pictures were taken as we were so hungry and ate everything immediately.

Nice cafe for breakfast and lunch. Stopped at the last town called Eden before we crossed the NSW border and back home to VIC.

Dinner at Springvale
Finally back to Melbourne after a whole day drive.

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