While I’m waiting for my avocados to ripen for some more smashed avo, I can’t help but reminisce about my trip to Australia. After spending two months in India, I took Malaysia airlines (actually a great airline!) to Sydney, for a 2 week trip of perfection…
Sydney – Botanical gardens
Sydney – Bondi Beach
Sydney – Bondi Beach: The infamous pools and country club
Sydney- Bondi Beach: We walked about 5 miles to get here, and it was so worth it. incredible views
Sydney – Bondi Beach: & then ate our burned calories with these delish fish & chips
Katoomba, Sydney: Best day! Started with an amazing hike through an enchanting forest…
Katoomba, Sydney – To get this beautiful waterfall
Then we drove an hour through the Blue Mountains to get to Echo Park, home of the Three Sisters Rock Formation, which I got to climb down on!
And capped the day at Featherdale Wildlife Park – a wildlife sanctuary that saves any wounded or abandoned animals. You got to just walk around and pet all the animals as they roamed around 🙂
Obviously goats are my favorite animal (aside from cats…)
Off to Brisbane for a few days!
Brisbane: An all day hike through trails and forests, to end with this gorgeous view of downtown Brisbane
Brisbane: There was a whole story dedicated to this glorious concoction! MMmmm
Brisbane: Stopped in for some beers the next afternoon and after a 2 min burst of rain, there was a double rainbow! (one of several we saw throughout the trip)
Cairns: 1st day started with a seafood lunch at the harbor and spontaneously hoping on one of these boats for an afternoon fishing trip
Cairns: Words (or this picture) cannot describe how beautiful this lake was, right off the Coral Sea.
Caught this little babe and threw him back
Cairns: Next day was on a much, much bigger boat. We went two hours out in the Coral Sea to snorkel the Great Barrier Reef
Sydney: Back in Sydney before flight back to India. The entire pier at the Opera House turns into a beer garden, such a great view!
Sydney airport: Obvi I’m obsesssssed with sushi, and these hand-held rolls were everywhere, couldn’t get enough!