All things Australia Week:What’s NOT to LOVE about Sydney?

Between the gorgeous clean streets, ridiculous euro architecture, and extremely kind aussie people….what’s not to love about Sydney? My husband’s voicebox was on repeat with….I love Australia I love Australia I love Australia!! Essentially, for us it was like San Francisco meets Europe with wicked cool accents, tall blondes, trendy cafes, and food from around the world. The sights and sounds were BEYOND, only one problem we didn’t have enough time! So I’m dedicating a week of blog time to our Australian adventure in efforts to extend my “down under” high. So keep checking back this week to get your Australia fix too!
It just so happened that we arrived to Sydney in their off season (winter)….score!! The streets were nice and quiet, the attractions priced lower, and the customer service-perfection. When you see us bundled up with coats, scarves, etc… well, ok when you see ME bundled up (hubby and son, extremely warm-blooded) its their wintertime, that’s why! We are actually still “down under” but on the tail end of our trip, enjoying some quite time in the countryside with Adam’s uncle who is stationed here with the Australian Air Force. Our time here just gets more and more interesting! Still editing photos, but here’s some snippets of Sydney.
Bondi Beach
Sydney Aquarium
Harbour Bridge on a cloudy day
The “rocks” historical section of town
Taronga Zoo with the roo’s
Admiring fish at the aquarium
G on our guided bus tour of Bondi beach
Adam at the Opera house
Chasing the seagulls at Bondi Beach
Chasing the city lights

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Hey, I'mMaria

A Christian, married to an insanely gifted and talented Marine husband, mother to Gideon (15), Boaz (10) and our rainbow baby, Shiloh. I’m actually an R.N turned accidental photographer, currently living in Fredericksuburg, Va after completing our final tour in Okinawa Japan. You'll find travel, Jesus, and lifestyle posts here on the Journal.


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