Exploring a new-place alone always excite me a lot . And i always found better GPS service outside India with all possible ways of transport to your destination.That's why exploring alone a strange city became more fun rather than a challenging task in Sydney.I was there for 15 days holiday in Dec 2014 and i fell in love with it's wide surfing beaches, multi-cuisine food,multi-cultured people, museums and the most gorgeous opera house.
It was Christmas time and unlike India it is summer time there. Here i am sharing pics of Watson Bay , a place where i spent half of my day roaming here and there. The moment i got down from the bus ,it was little drizzling outside. And summer rain is always enjoyable ,thank god i bought an umbrella day before paying 12 AUD.
I managed to reach Dunbar House at watson bay that offers the quintessential Sydney dining experience with spectacular sea view. May be i was the only Indian there .I ordered Duck Parfait .A velvety mousse made from duck liver topped with spiced cherry kilner served with grilled ficelle baguette.The view from my table was picturesque with a slow music soothing my ears.
My lunch got over but rain didn't. I escaped from that place and run to "Doyles on the Wharf" , the ultimate place for a sea-food lover. Packed some food for diner. And sipped a hot chocolate with a wide bay view. 🙂
Soon the climate was pleasant. So i walked to the harbor national park , 10 minute walk from doyle's cafe. The view of the harbor was stunning.Calm and peaceful surroundings. A place where you will love to spend time with yourself gazing the blue water for long hours. What a view it was!!
Spent some time there and than took a ferry for my return journey to hotel. Watson Bay is the oldest fishing village of Sydney.So one shouldn't miss it. "
By Sai Priya