It is really amazing how people there are (almost) so healthy conscious! There are gyms at every corner of the city, health food store, not failing to mention how healthy their food choices are at the restaurants, fabulous markets, it's practically a very walkable city even though the traffics are heavy (unlike in Malaysia, walking at the side of the road = putting your life at risk!) and honestly, I haven't seen any obese person in Australia! Everyone look so fit and lean and healthy. Not even a skinny one, you can totally tell they've been working out from their appearance!
That kind of healthy lifestyle and vibes is what I really long and crave for!
If there's a chance, I wouldn't mind furthering my graduate school in Australia instead of USA (since Trump won, I dropped my idea for a bit :/)
Anyways, on our second last day in Sydney, we joined the tour to Blue Mountain, which comes along with the wildlife park visit as well as cruise ride around the habor!
This is my absolute fave tour of all from this trip!
On top of the mountain. We were actually freezing!
Thanks, wind -.-
Baby with the famous three sisters!
After the hiking (not exactly) session, we headed to the mid-mountain for the wildlife park. Finally get the chance to have some close up with the koala!
These babies spend 80% of their time sleeping, if not, eating leaves.
Last part of the tour as mentioned, the cruise ride around the circular quay! We were stopped at the Darling Habor for dinner.
Before coming to Australia, my colleague was telling me how heavenly the Hurricane Grill's pork rib is and claiming it to be the best in the WORLD. So here I am, trying to see if its truth.
Upon arriving the restaurant, there was a bit of queue and we were told to be put on the waiting list which may take about 30mins. But we were lucky to be seated in just 10 mins!
Baby and I aren't big eater so we shared half racks of pork rib and 7oz of steak.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. MUST TRY. TOO GOOD TO FORGET. OMGZZZZZ
After the big feast, we walked along the D.H. and make our way back to Surry Hill.
Our last day in Sydney!
Been wanting to try this Organic Wholefood cafe at the corner of the street near where we stay, if i'm not mistaken, it's called Devonshire Street. Honestly, there were too many places we wanna try around Surry Hill but this is so fascinating and healthy that I definitely have to grab our last chance to give it a go!
But I hate poached egg (runny/uncooked yolks) so I swapped mine with baby's scrambled egg which was absolutely delicious!
Never a fan of pork, bacon or chorizo dish but omg, PORK IN AUSSIE IS TOO GOOD!
I believe their environment is the key to healthy and tasty pork, as well as any other meat and dairy products. So as human beings, lol.
Back to the AirBnb, bid everyone goodbye and off we go to the airport!
I LOVE AUSTRALIA