We took the rest of the family to Watson’s Bay again.
My sister in law’s boyfriend was thoughtful enough to prepare a little picnic for all of us to enjoy in Robertson’s Park. It was such a delight to sip champagne from plastic flute glasses while nibbling on crackers and cheeses as the kids frolicked and tumbled around the open space. It was a Monday then, so they were quite taken with the school kids having their recess time by the park. They were fascinated with their quality of life – to have a school conveniently located by the beach and lush green scenery. Or eventually work around an area that has easy access to recreation. That was typical in Aussie Life – an inherent balance of work and play.
We moved on to the Gap for more Photo Ops.
Then we decided to head back to the Wharf to secure a long table for our family of 12pax in Doyle’s. A favourite with celebrities, Doyle’s on the Beach has been family operated for over five generations and the fish and chips has been a sydney must-do for just as long. We enjoyed the freshest and best seafood at this restaurant while enjoying the splendid views of the beach.
After lunch, the rest of the group headed back to the city, while we took the bus to explore the famous Bondi Beach.