San Francisco · Travel · USA

Sea Lion Center, Fishermen’s Wharf

At Fishermen's Wharf on a crowded National Holiday afternoon, we braved the smell of bumming sea lions and watched them laze around the harbour decks as they tanned their already brown skins and accumulated fats on their flabby bodies. You know what the ironic thing is? There were so many of us watching them, it… Continue reading Sea Lion Center, Fishermen’s Wharf

Australia · Sydney · Travel

Harbouring Intentions

Strangers of all levels are friends you've never met. At the idea of meeting new people I used to panic and worry about letting them come into my life, and for the past year, despite abundances of travel buddies, there are times I'd choose to explore new places alone. However I've come to be a… Continue reading Harbouring Intentions

Australia · Sydney · Travel

Sydney Opera House

Finally I have a picture at one of Australia's most iconic 20th Century architectural masterpieces. A creative brainchild of architect Jørn Utzon, Sydney Opera House was built by detailed study of its topography and relationship to the harbour plus surrounding land marks. Construction of this grand soaring white roof sails along with its massive red… Continue reading Sydney Opera House

Adventure · Australia · Café · Cafés - Sydney · Food heaven · Sydney · Travel

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafè

Sydney is home to this restaurant slash patisserie bearing the name of a famed household chocolate brand. Guylian Cafè didn't disappoint, probably as the tarts we ordered came at a time where we were too hungry to be picky. The glazed strawberries didn't taste as fresh as I'd imagined. But for a quick spike of… Continue reading Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafè