December 6, 2014
, Bru Coffee, morning routine, North Bondi, routine, Sydney
While we were living in North Bondi, we had a morning routine with Tomasz. Each day we were getting up really early to grab a cup of delicious coffee from Bru Coffee and wander around. I truly miss this moments.
Good Morning Bondi from Tomasz Greber on Vimeo.
March 17, 2014
, Cockatoo Island, Sydney
While you wonder around CBD in Sydney, it’s hard to imagine, that just few minutes away by ferry you can be on an island, that’s almost uninhabited. I am talking about Cockatoo Island, where you can get to by ferry from Circular Quay. This place is almost like San Francisco’s Alcatraz and has a rich history itself. It used to be a prison, then they built ships there, and troubled children found home there as well. Nowadays it’s a place with awesome exhibitions from time to time. It’s worth visiting if you like to hang around old hangars and buildings. I do, and I spent a whole day over there. Sunset from Island’s perspective was beautiful.
March 15, 2014
, great place in Sydney, Sydney, Waverley Cemetery, what to see in Sydney
I think I have a thing for old cemeteries. Not only because of a calmness and a history behind each grave but also because of it’s beauty. Waverley Cemetery is a magical place, especially during a sunset.
March 11, 2014
, barista, coffee, coffee in Sydney, Sydney
I have a special relationship with coffee. It’s all started years ago when I moved to Sydney. I used to drink an ugly liquid only called coffee but in Australia I’ve tried my first flat white. It was delicious and had this lovely pattern on top. I fell in love with it and with years this love went much further.
Whenever I travel somewhere for longer, I try to find a good coffee place. I had like 12 coffees in Sydney already and it’s not even been a week since I am here (I’m seriously trying not to confuse coffee with water). But there is one place where I buy my coffee each morning and I am enjoying it like crazy. The day will come when barista remembers my name and then it will be a pure happiness. Cheers!
March 10, 2014
, Bondi, coffee on a beach, Sydney, Sydney guide
Living next to a beach was always in my head. What can be better than grabbing a coffee and drinking it on a beach while looking on a sunrise Picture perfect. And now this little dream of mine came true, as for the next month this will be my reality.
My first trip on a beach at 6 am was full of strange thoughts like if it’s safe to go by myself with a camera. I passed few runners, bought a cup of flat white on a way, had a small chat with barista about advantages of jet lag and then I was shocked. Can you imagine that at 6 am Bondi was full of people?! They were running, exercising, playing, surfing, swimming, doing yoga or just sitting like I did. And I am not talking about youngsters. There was a man around 60 years old running while holding a heavy ball over his hear (impressive). I was sitting on a sand and laughing at loud, as I felt so happy and positive that I couldn’t hold it in myself anymore. Bondi at 6 am rocks!
On my way back a boy with a surf bord asked me for time. It was 7:10 am and he wasn’t sure if it’s ok for him to jump back to water, as most probably he had school later on. I want my children to have this kind of dilemmas. Bondi is known for being the most popular beach in Sydney, but in the early morning, before a sunrise, this is local’s spot.