Sydney Day 07 [ First Favorite ]

Bondi beach is officially my favorite place of the entire roadtrip. I do like the days spent in Melbourne but I think because it was more of the cosy space in a house & the laid back shoppings with close friends. I guess if I was living there I’ll probably be bored to death. But Bondi beach on the other hand had more “life” to it. All the action & surfing going on on one side and immediately the restaurants & shopping on the other side of the road.

After looking at Bleu mountains, we manage to catch the sunset by the Bondi beach restaurant. I love everything about that place!

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Did I mention the swimming pool by the sea? Fucking dope! I could watch the waves splashing seawater into the pool all night.
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Awesome dinner with sea view!
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My attempt for bigger aperture shot. Tough without a tripod man. I had so many failed shots. All blurry even though I stopped breathing and tried to keep as still as I could placing my cam on the railing. At least I manage to get this shot. Patience paid off.
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I like this looking romantic. :)
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One of the experimental shot & loving the outcome. Monkie looked like she hopped her way over. lol
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Goodbye Bondi, you’ll be greatly missed.

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