Trip to Sydney spring 2016

Hello, everyone! On April 16th, 2016, I went to Sydney for spring break. (Actually, no, I skipped school. Spring break was a week after the 16th, oops.)
Anyway, it's already February 2017 but I have nothing to post and I liked the photos taken during my trip to Sydney.

Day 1 & 2

It was a long, busy day(s). Honestly, I'm used to long flights like this but it's very exhausting when you have transits. I was exhausted by the time we got to our hotel. Too bad that our room did not look like the photos we saw online. We were unsatisfied, so we found another hotel.
2:40 in the afternoon. From Tan Son Nhat International Airport to Changi Airport.
I enjoyed the flight, the food was good too.
Wore a polka dot sweater and gray skirt from Forever 21, combat boots from Rampage, and navy blue sling bag from Michael Kors.

While in transit for 8 hours in Changi Airport, I ate curry noodles and walked around the terminal to check out their duty-free shops. By the way, food in Changi Airport is simply amazing.
Finally, after a long wait plus 2 hours delay (ugh I hate delays) WE GET FOOOOOD.
Safely arrived in Sydney. The weather wasn't too terrible.
After arrival.
Somewhere outside the airport.
We rented a car and drove to downtown.
Passed by this sophisticated building.
We went to Woolworths to buy junk foods and dinner. There were so much Cadbury chocolates but I found these! They are so good!!

Day 3

So we stayed up looking for hotels day 2, we only slept for few hours. We didn't go anywhere besides moving to another hotel and slept for the whole day. These are some pictures I've taken during the ride.

Day 4

It was noon by the time we woke up. We went to visit Darling Harbour and Queen Victoria Building.
We woke up in the afternoon and the sky looked like this.
The evening sky is pretty.
The colors of this photos seem intriguing to me, I don't know why.
I have no idea what's the name of this bridge.

We're here!
There was this hotel under construction.
I was obsessed with evening skies in Sydney.
The special thing about this place is the scenery.
The sunset + Darling Harbour = tourist attraction
Darling Harbour.
Queen Victoria Building has many fashion boutiques, cafes, jewelry shops, and restaurants. This building was built in the 1890s!
Shopping for groceries and CHOCOLATES to end the day.

This entire section is heaven.


Day 5

We drove for hours to Hunter Valley. Unfortunately, the wine county has closed by the time we arrived. So we went to a random grassland instead to see kangaroos.
Crossing a bridge.
I love places like this. FULL OF FRESH AIR.
Vineyards.
More vineyards.


We had no idea where we were going.
The whole ride took about 3 hours. The sun was already setting. :(
80% of that day was getting ready and driving.


We drove around the area for a while.


Finally came to a grassland with kangaroos.


Yes, those are kangaroos.

I was afraid to go further because I heard kangaroos kicks intruders. Anyway, here's an OOTD photo.

We stayed there for about 30 minutes and watched the sun set.

After that, we drove back to downtown for dinner.
I would love to take a walk in downtown by myself lol.

We went to this restaurant for dinner. The portion was big and everything was delicious!

Ended the day with Thai food. Believe it or not, I haven't had any Thai food for months.

Since this is a blog post about old stuff, it would be too long and boring if I continue to write more. I will continue to share the rest of my days in Sydney on the next post! 


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