Thursday, 29 August 2013

Casual day in Sydney

My time here is slowly coming to an end, this is the last week and there's still so much to do and see. My day started in Sydney and ended in suburbs, and I can't decide which I love more.

  Harbour bridge, alongside Opera House, Sydney's best known landmark.  

 Beautiful Hyde Park. The name always reminds me of Hyde from That 70s show. Love that show (Red and Hyde fav characters) ! :)

 In the city I met my aunts for lunch in a Thai restaurant, which I really enjoyed cause of my fondness of spicy food. Then we did a bit of shopping. 

 Took some photos in State Theatre, so beautiful it takes you back in time. It was built in 1927, my favourite historical time of luxury and majestic lifestyle (let's pretend we don't know how ingloriously it all ended).
in front of St Mary's Cathedral

Seriously, a girl can never have enough selfies.

 Heading to a suburb called Beecroft.

 Sounds like a plan.

What I love about old suburbs is the calmness and alternative experience they provide. As if the time has stopped and there's nothing outside their little town. Everything looks so peaceful and tame, there are loads of nice little cafes, bakeries, small shops, and people seem friendly and relaxed.

What about you, do you prefer big cities over smaller towns or vice versa? 
If you had any questions please leave them in comments, I'm glad to answer.
xx Matea


  1. You are having such a good time, you should never come back. :P
    You can go wherever you want, and you are still the most beautiful person I know.

  2. Big cities ! <3 zanimljiv post, ali trebaš pisati češće ;) probaj bolje poslagati slike, sve u svemu jako dobro za početak.

  3. Iskreno se nadam da neces odustati i da ce nas tvoj blog pratiti sljedecih nekoliko godina. :*
    I ponovno - drago mi je sto si pocela sa necim ovakvim, uzivaj i dalje i sve dokumentiraj ;) neke stvari ces vremenom zaboraviti, ali ovo ce ti uvijek biti kao neki povratak kroz vrijeme <3

  4. I just bumped into your blog and after scrolling through your posts, I must say I really like it :) How about we follow each other on Bloglovin and Facebook? :)
    Kisses from Zurich,