The New Age Mum

Day 1: Sydney

Posted on: Thursday, November 20, 2008

At 6am we proceeded with our journey to Sydney and we arrived at about 11am. After checking in, we went prowling for lunch and we went to the Sydney Fish Market where that is the 1st time I see really fresh seafood.

Afterward, it was our own time, own target exploring the city and we were awed and fascinated by the structure of the old and new buildings together.

However the building that caught my eyes was the impressive Queen Victorian Building. Not only the exterior was magnificent, the interior was just what I like; very Victorian.

We met our friends for a nice Chinese dinner and after which we went for a walk around the city for a while. That was all for the day and we were all dead beat.


View from our apartment


Sydney Fish Market


Trays of Oysters


Queen Victoria Building (QVB)


My boys running on the carpet of QVB




Father & Son


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Hi I am Angelia Giam! This site is basically dedicated to my 2 very precious boys who have filled my life with the all the colours of the world. It is also about me striving to lead a balance and fulfilling life with the family I have created. I have also added some basic food recipes which I have tried and tasted; and recommended some parenting books which I have read and found it to be useful as well for all to share.

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