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Sydney Diary: Woolloomooloo Sydney

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 am drunk, but in a good way, if there is a good way to be drunk. I am supposed to write my Sydney diary for today. The thing is I am can’t write from the beginning to the end because I kinda can’t recall about it now because I kinda totally sloshed. Not as much as my friend who is snoring beside me, complete with her shoes and winter coat. I managed to peel off my clothes and slipped into my monkey PJs, but nothing more than that, so I lie down and write this journal, COMMITMENT MAN! (Yes, I did write these two words in CAPS).

Bugden's Bookshop

Today we explored the Kings Cross’s neighbourhood. I saw a turkish coffee shop, a tour agency with cute ducks as their logo, a cozy little restaurant and, my favorite, the secondhand records and bookstores. They have an impressive collection of rare books.

We stopped for breakfast at the Pie Face, to try the meat pie, one of Australia must eat. I had beef pie. It was delish. You have to try Pie Face’s pie guys, and they do have lots of options.

Pie Face Meat Pie

In the afternoon, we went to the Royal Botanical Garden and NSW Art Gallery (more on this in another post).

Harry's Cafe de Wheels

Colonel Sanders Hot Dog
Colonel Sanders, taking a break from his famous crispy chicken

We then took a ride to Woolloomooloo to check out Harry’s Café de Wheels, the iconic 70 years old pie cart, famous for their pies served with peas. While my friends were ordering, I insisted. What if this place was famous only for being famous, but it actually tasted bad, Hollywood equivalent to Kim Kardashian? Then I saw Julian McMahon picture and he ate at the Harry’s Café de Wheels too! If it was good for him it was good enough for me. I ordered The Hot Dog de Wheels.

Harry's Cafe de Wheels

It turned out to be the best hotdog I have ever eaten my entire life. Btw they said Russell Crowe was spotted few times here since he lives at the nearby wharf.

We went to Rocks Café again this evening. The initial plan was just a short stop for a cup of coffee, but it ended up being a cake, a plate of calamari and fifteen glass of wine. We spent hours there having heart to heartEST. We talked about marriage, exes, friendships and friendships with the exes. We told each other things we never discussed before, couldn’t help it we were so drunk, but it was fun and liberating.

Wine Glass

We went home. One of us bought cup noodles from a store nearby, none really remembered who, and we had it in the hotel room. I didn’t know what was the flavour, but it was flavourish enough for me to like it.

Also, I sent post cards to the important people today. So that was good.

Okay, going to pass out now, we have an early flight to catch. We are flying to Melbourne tomorrow and that is if we manage to wake up.

Ps. A full disclosure, I have only eaten less than five hotdogs in my entire life. 

Pps. Julian McMahon must be a gazillion years old now.

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