On Saturday I finally started crossing off activities from my Sydney Bucket List that I posted about here. Anthony and I woke up early Saturday morning and drove across the bridge to complete the Coogee to Bondi coastal walk. It was approximately 14 km of steep stairs and narrow winding walkways that wrap around the shore line and boasted some spectacular scenery. I didn’t realise there were so many stairs, granted I didn’t bother to ask anyone, so my knee was feeling rather sorry for itself by the end of the walk. We managed complete the round trip in fairly good time and in one, slightly swollen, dehydrated and delirious piece.
Here are a few shots from the walk (including the obligatory breakfast shot):
The rest of the weekend was a bit of a right off and we spent it lounging around the apartment recovering from our adventure.
I have lived in Sydney all my life but I feel like there are so many activities that I take for granted here. With the warm spring weather upon us, I have decided to make my ultimate “Discover Sydney” bucket list of activities I want to complete, and not just say I am going to do it!
Here’s what made my Top 10:
Sculptures by the Sea
Picnic at the Royal Botanical Gardens
Stand up paddle boarding
Berowra to Brooklyn bushwalk
Beach picnic at Patonga – apparently the best fish & chips around!
Glamping at Cockatoo Island
Discover some new secret small beaches around Sydney
Bondi to Bronte walk
The Three Sisters walk – ok so it’s a little outside Sydney but still a spectacular view
The Open Air Cinema at Sydney Harbour
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Spring is nearly here and the sneak peak Mother Nature has provided Sydney recently has really got me into the “Spring Cleaning” mood early this year. I love packing away all my bulky winter clothes and clearing space in my wardrobe for a fresh and vibrant Spring wardrobe. But Spring cleaning isn’t only about the clothes, I have also looked and cleaning my body after the many winter feasts it has endured over the colder months.
Lately I have been looking into clean eating and organic food more (yes Amolaya you are starting to rub off on me!) in an attempt to eradicate my frame of the horrid winter wobbles.
In addition, I have also been focussing on finally clearing out the clutter that is encasing my apartment. I have almost finished my spare room with the living room next on my list. With all these preparations, it’s no wonder my internet browsing history resembles a bookshop’s “How To” section!
The recipes on Eat Drink Paleo make mouth water, especially this slow cooked lamb shoulder
I have been getting my healthy on by reading up all things positive on the Lorna Jane website, Move Nourish Believe
Finding a way to add a little sparkle to my interiors thanks to this post on The Glitter Guide
Finding inspiration (and direction) to make my own artwork for around the home on Apartment Therapy
I keep finding myself lost in all the pretty pictures on Samantha Wills blog