One of the most beautiful places that you can go while in Sydney is of course the Queen Victoria Building.
While Himself spent a day in the office, I was free to wander around town doing whatever I saw fit. So I pottered around in here for a while, catching up with some of my favourite shops and seeing what was on offer.
The view from Hobby Co isn’t too bad either!
It was interesting for me to discover that apparently what I’ve been missing in the last two years, what I spent money on while wandering idly, was cutesy Japanese stationery! And of course, Kinokuniya came to my rescue most admirably!
Once Himself had caught up with everyone in the office for the day, and the working day was coming to a close, we headed off to dinner with another group of friends. This time we headed back through one of our old haunts.
And back to one of our favourite restaurants that I have written about previously; Rubyos. The food and service are still amazing and I would highly recommend it to anyone!
Newtown and King St are still the same too.
The next day was shopping up and down Norton St for all the essentials we wanted to bring home with us. So we went to all the important places, like Target. But there were some exciting stops too, like JB Hifi!
And Coles, where, though we did buy a massive amount of processed sugar to bring home, we didn’t buy Kanga. We just pined a little that it used to be so readily available in our diet.
This last pic I took while shopping around Leichhardt is for all the Cloggies out there. I had to get used to how inexpensive flowers can be. Because this is what I was used to.
Yep. You read those price tags right.
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*boggles at the cost of flowers, does the conversion* that’s…incredible.
I like the “No Stairway” sign next to the guitar. Nice. 🙂
The guys that work there and who write the signs have a wicked sense of humour 😉
Lol no stairway!!