ENG Hi and welcome to Australia, peeps! I hope you all spent a wonderful, peaceful Christmas with your loved ones and are ready to face 2017. As for me I have big travel plans for the upcoming year which I won’t reveal as always. In my last post I told you I was on my way to Sydney and since I am back (for a while now) I would love to tell you about my experience before the end of the year!
My travel list with all the dream destinations could probably be a book. I love to plan ahead, read and explore places online before I visit. To be honest Australia is somewhere in the middle of my list and I haven’t planned to visit this or even next year. There are so many other places that seem to be more interesting and exciting. I guess there is not even one country missing on my list though. I created it based on my interests and try to visit all the places from the top to the bottom. So first things first. But life is full of surprises and would you say no if you had the chance to go to Sydney? Of course not.
Being far on my list I did not broaden my knowledge about Sydney. I had some basic knowledge about Australia and connected Sydney mostly to iconic places like the Opera House or Bondi Beach. And kangaroos. Kangaroos are awesome. I went to the other side of the world practically “unprepared”, which is not typical for me. I always know a lot about countries I travel to. This time I didn’t know what to expect and how the city looks like behind the famous places.
I have to admit that a 24 hour flight scared even me. That is a pretty long flight for only one week of stay, but it was more than worth it. We stayed in Bondi Beach in a cute apartment with a view on the amazing beach. I was lucky enough to combine beach and city life. I will tell you more about sightseeing and my favorite places in Sydney in my next travel guide.
As for my outfit, it could work for all occasions. This beautiful lace dress is perfect for the beach as well as for a night out. To achieve the city look I combined it with a grey blazer and heels. I guess it was a success!