Our last day in Sydney gave us blue skies and warm sunshine to encourage us to walk around and for Guy to take a lot more photos of this beautiful city.
Coffee was courtesy of Runcible Spoon cafe around the corner from our home.
A bus ride later we were at Central station and having another coffee. Delicious.
Caffeined up to the hilt we marched around the waters edge, past Macquaries point and into the other side of the botanical gardens. They are stunning. We decide to forgo the $24 each to go to the deadliest spiders exhibition, really? As if this country isn’t scary enough, they charge you to be scared even more.
A ferry ride across the harbour and many, many photos later, and we were back at the fish market.
Before you could say white wine, we had Barramundi, chippies, fish cocktail and white wine laid out for us. We also liberally scattered it with the chicken salt we had purchased. Love chicken salt.
We made our way over to Newtown, via Glebe and a couple of bars. One of the bars, Deep Groove you can choose the vinyl to play so we choose Led Zeppelin and Bowie, you can probably guess who chose which?
It was a lovely last day, reminiscing of our stays in Sydney and how much we love the Australian outdoors lifestyle. Also how we have learnt about strip shopping and Sydney Meetup Groups engaging in naked board games on a Saturday night (and nothing more involved, honest)……..who knew???
Dinner was dumplings. They were good.
It was accompanied by VB
Last drink was at Wayward brewery, 5 mins from our home, for craft ale.