Hi everyone all my followers and fans and new readers! I hope that you are doing well and thank you for stopping by 🙂
I have been away from writing my blog and updating my website with new content and articles because of the lack of time and truly branching out to find inspirations on what to write! I apologise and since it’s Easter long weekend here in Sydney I would like to wish everyone a very Happy Easter! Stay safe and enjoy Easter hunting and overdose on all those Easter chocolates! Have fun and do take care ❤️
Before I move on to the main content, ‘the higlights’ of this piece of writing – here are some capture of some of the delicious Easter chocolate buys I gotten myself this year with a very tight and limited budget to spend 😀
There is Godiva chocolate bunny! One of my favourite chocolate brands ever – truly tastes amazing! And here are ‘Guylian chocolate Easter Eggs’ – a lot of Milk chocolate easter eggs definitely bought for sharing!
Also I did just got a chance to do a high tea session with one of my friends and we had a special themed set since its Easter! They swapped the scones for the ‘Hot Cross buns’ and had the desserts turned into ‘Hot Cross buns’ macarons. Super adorable. There are also Easter eggs sweets and actual carrot pieces and carrot decorations on the mini sweets – top desserts tier! In my opinion comparing to other high tea places this one at the ‘Shangrila hotel’ Sydney’ wasn’t pricey at all. However it was too sweet for my liking – everything was very sweet even the savouries. The Hot Cross buns were nice, soft yet extremely sweet. I must admit the desserts looked absolutely amazing and well decorated and thought out but just one bite was enough for me I feel. And I definitely wish they had more sandwiches. Neverthelss it is ten out of the ten for picture perfect and high tea is always a lovely experience with your loved ones! I definitely would like to do more high tea sessions with my family as well.
Now for the beaches!!
Sunsetting at Palm Beach Sydney!
Maybe some of you are already heading to the beach for the Easter long weekend and why not Sydney beaches are amongst the best in the country and famous worldwide for all the good reasons! For myself I truly enjoy the beaches in Sydney and you get a remarkable view of the beach with all of its uniqueness and beauty at different times of the day whether its on a mid sunny day, before the sun is about to set or at night. It’s a bliss!
For those who are new to Sydney must see beaches I have compiled up my top three picks of Sydney best beaches I’ve experienced so far that you definitely should not missed seeing and bathing in the sun’s warmth overlooking the depths of the ocean or take a walk along those beautifully white and golden sand with a view stretching out into the horizon. It’s an ultimate experience that nature brings with no cost! (Just a plane ticket to be in Sydney and getting yourself there of course :))
(These are taken at Palm Beach Sydney.)
Most favourite is Palm Beach and Bondi beach. Palm beach is harder to get to since you will need a car but definitely worth going! You get to see two beaches from a top of the mountain. It’s stunning! Bondi beach is easier access for the public and I am in love with the sand – it is very soft and feels terrific. The beach is of course amazing – Bondi beach is iconic for Australia.
Look at that sky and the white golden sand – so amazing!! This is at Bondi Beach Australia.
Manly beach will take you half an hour by ferry from Circular Quay. I would say it is very similar to Bondi beach but I prefer Bondi hence it is my least favourite but it is still very beautiful and the ferry ride overlooking ‘The Opera House’ and ‘Harbour Bridge’ and ‘The Rocks’ is wonderful! A lovely getaway indeed.