CITY GUIDE TO SYDNEY | AN INSIDERS ULTIMATE GUIDE

Sydney, my home away from home. This city has so much to offer. From sprawling beaches to hustling suburbs and amazing nature reserves all within reach. In this blog post, I will show you the ins-and-outs of Sydney living and everything you should see when visiting this amazing city. 

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STUNNING DAY AT BALMORAL BEACH

What is better than spending a Saturday afternoon at the beach! Especially when it is supposed to be autumn and we still have summer temperatures (27 degrees the day I went to the beach) This weekend I ended up going to a local beach about 20 minutes from where I live. It is a family-friendly beach because it is a harbor beach and therefore you don’t get many waves. It has lovely clear blue water so you can see a lot of fish if you snorkel or wear goggles. 

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AUSTRALIA TRAVEL GUIDE | EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO SEE AND DO

Australia, once you have been to this magnificent country you will not want to leave. It has it all. From shiny white beaches, rough outback terrain, hustling and bustling cities and never-ending breathtaking national parks. This incredible country, however, is a whole lot bigger then most people think, and there is no way you can see everything in one trip. I have been here for 8 years and I haven’t seen everything yet (not even close). So I thought I would compile a list of some of the must-see cities, attraction, national parks and much more…. Be prepared to have your mind blown by spell-binding pictures.

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THE SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE WALK

Last weekend the weather was amazing and I was bored out of my mind. It was Sunday morning, the sun was shining, and I felt like stretching my legs after a long week at work. Since I live in North Sydney, the Bridge Walk is one of my favorite walks to do when I want to go for a quick and easy walk. Since I just started blogging, I brought my fancy camera with me to take you along. I ended up walking over the Bridge, then via The Rocks (Sydney’s oldest neighborhood filled with cute laneways, shops, and restaurants) to the Opera House which took me about 2 hours. I ended up taking the bus back home because I was exhausted. It was a bit warmer than anticipated so I was way overdressed and sweating my ass off – worth it though, I love doing this walk. Check out my post underneath for lots of pictures.

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