OOTD | Sydney Opera By Day


Top: Gap/ Skirt: /Boots: DIY

I loved Sydney. It's gorgeous, the weathers a little warmer than Melbourne and a lot more predictable. Another densely built up sky rise city, clinging to the edge of a waving harbour. The rolling breeze lingers in your hairs as it swoops on it's path. The sushi in Sydney is incredible. Of course being so close to the sea means the fish was fresh and high quality. Nom, nom, nom. I spent my few days in the harbour city just as I do when I travel anywhere. Leisurely. It has to be, how else do you really soak up a culture and enjoy the beauty of the landscape, if not slowly? To remember the smells of food that greet your nose as you turn corners and discover hidden alleyways where chocolatier's cafes hide. Seriously. I think I may have cried if I didn't find the Guylians cafe. I was with Anh Long and we broke away from the group to sneak ourselves a sea horse and salted caramel macaron. I was on a mission to find the best macaron in Aus. It so was goood. And the best thing about buying them individually is that you really savor it, because there is no more! I had an amazing day walking around the harbour.

Saw this seagull eating a fish and immediately thought OMG Gill! (Nemo!) 

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe,
1-25 Harbour St, 
NSW 2300

+61 2 9283 1947

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