Sydney was where I started to fall deeply in love with cafes, the act of sitting with a coffee, reading, writing, soaking in the unique vibes of a thoughtfully-built space, and parking oneself by the window and watching the world go by.
It was so nostalgic and lovely to be able to do that in this temperature again.
Returning to this place after almost a year? Some changes to the interior, but the coffee and vibes tasted and felt as comforting as before.
Definitely moments worth remembering.
Exchanging stories and memories from travels around our world 🙂
Somewhere near the aerospace park… More ulu than we imagined it to be. Still worth the experience 🙂
The extremely crowded school holiday.
Convenient, cosy and cost-friendly.
189 Thomson Rd, Singapore
This time, with the visiting mum 🙂 (previous time)
We had an interesting time using all our strength to inject Nutella into the muffin, and analysing the many ingredients of our pumpkin-beetroot-toufu salad.
Thanks to the friend there who got a free voucher for a high tea, I was invited to join her in the sumptuous endeavor, and to experience the beauty of Newcastle 🙂
Newcastle Museum and Cafe.
Then the walk began…
We felt bad for forgetting to inform the chef about our vegetarian preferences, and he was nice enough to re-make some sandwiches for us. 4 thumbs (because there’s 2 of us) up for service!
From Paper Cup…
To the famous Single Origin Roasters, where Owl made an appearance and joined us for “lunch”.
And then we were off, our adventures in Sydney drawing to a close. Am glad for the beautiful memories we have and will continue to create 🙂