Lazy afternoons in Sydney CBD.


Sydney Central Station

My aunt lives in Penrith City which is an hour away from Sydney CBD. So upon arrival, she gave me my Opal card, the newest electronic mode of payment for transport in New South Wales. You may use the Opal card in trains, light rails, buses and ferries too!


I love the seating arrangement of their trains. It makes traveling much comfortable than the usual face to face seating position. We were always seated in the quiet area which is the first and last carriage of the train.

After our Circular Quay and Bondi walkathon, time for lunch! My aunt brought me to her favorite Japanese restaurant in the city. You might ask, "Why Japanese?!". Well, we both just share the love for Japanese food. Believe it or not, I still have a serious hungover from my Tokyo trip last Febraury. Haha.


Umi Kaiten Zushi is located at 1/477 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (Chinatown). They're open from 11:30AM-10:00PM.

 
 
It's a bit expensive here, cheapest order of sushi is around AUD2.50 or roughly ₱100.00 per plate. The ones I ordered above costs around AUD8.00-10.00. Ang mahal! But masarap! ;)

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Here's the Korean sushi chef Andrew preparing my order of uni sashimi. He reminds me of local basketball superstar Jeron Teng. Cute di ba? Hihi.

After our heavy lunch, we walked around the area of China town.


We also dropped by Paddy's Markets which is the ultimate shopping area of souvenir items for tourists.


Say hi to my Aunt Lourdes! :) You may call her Tita Lulu for short. Hehe.

1 comment:

  1. maye you missed king of fries right beside chatime on your pic

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