We had another glorious day in Sydney today and started with a train trip out to Single Origin Roasters, which is a very busy little cafe hidden away in a side street in Surry Hills, where we had a lovely breakfast and superb coffee; Jane however wasn’t too fussed with her Chai Latte. We would happily return.
We then walked along to Harmony Park and found a geocache before jumping onto the free bus that goes around the city and getting off at Circular Quay. We spent some time people watching and enjoying the lovely day around by the Opera House before heading around to the Rocks.
The Rocks is one of those areas of Sydney I enjoy walking around the streets and looking at the old buildings. It has a nice feeling, all-be-it quite touristy.
Our stomaches were craving some food so after deciding that most of the restaurants on the waters edge by The Rocks would be a bit too heavy on our wallet for lunch we went to Cruise Bar at the Circular Quay end of the The Rocks promenade and had a lovely lunch, whilst fending away the seagulls and narrowly missing being shat on. We then were engulfed by hundreds of firemen/women who were preceded by a band. We have no idea what they were doing there, but it provided a nice buzz.