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’11 OZ PHOTO SERIES PT7

BONDI – SYDNEY

ARRIVING INTO SYDNEY

The girls done a fair job in sourcing a zero bedroom flat on Hall Street for the 4 of us, so to say it was a tight squeeze was an understatement. But as it was a little over 100metres to the beach it absolutely done the trick.

WALKING THE HARBOUR BRIDGE WAS INSANE

Not to mention the bizarre collection of the land-lady’s clothes kept the 3 of them entertained for a while!

WHERE IS SYDNEY?

Walking Sydney Bridge & The Blue Mountains

SYDNEY

Sydney is iconic, there is no denying and there is so much to do. From it’s bridge to it’s Opera House and it’s beaches to it’s weather you can see why so many people have moved over here.

Myself Harm and Roy rented a few bikes to check out the city, always a good idea when you first arrive so you can get your bearings!

Sydney Harbor. Walking Sydney Bridge & The Blue Mountains

Walking Sydney Bridge & The Blue Mountains

David Simpson walking the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Walking Sydney Bridge & The Blue Mountains
David Simpson walking the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Walking Sydney Bridge & The Blue Mountains

Walking Sydney Bridge & The Blue Mountains

 RELATED READ: A NAKED SWEDE AND ANGKOR WAT

BLUE MOUNTAINS

The Blue Mountains have some of the best scenery in the country and are surprisingly close to Sydney – another must do if you are out here! We were lucky to get probably the best day of the summer here!

Checking out the Sydney nightlife

Police and Justice Museum

Bondi Beach in Sydney. Walking Sydney Bridge & The Blue Mountains

Bondi to Coogee walk and the Grand Opera House

Bondi drinks and BBQ

SYDNEY….

  • PEOPLE – 7/10
  • BACKPACKING – 8/10
  • WEATHER – 8/10
  • THINGS TO DO – 8/10
  • VALUE –  7/10
David Simpson with the gang in The Grand Opera House. Walking Sydney Bridge & The Blue Mountains

Grand Opera House

SUMMED UP….

  • HIGHLIGHT – Walking the bridge
  • LOWLIGHT – N/A
  • VISIT AGAIN – Yes
  • RATING – 7.5/10

FINAL THOUGHTS

I was half looking forward to Sydney, half not as I’m not a huge fan of generic cities but that it is not. Not to mention the fact we were staying on Bondi, it might not be the quietest beach but I don’t complain when it comes to city beaches!

NEXT UP

The festive season has approached and it’s time to celebrate my first Christmas and new year away from the family in a different country. Click to read!

SAFE TRAVELS, DS x
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This episode is part of The Oz Photo Series, click to see episode 1.

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  • Have you ever been to Sydney?
  • What did you enjoy most, the beaches or the nightlife?

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