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Like I've written before, the weather in Sydney has been really bad the last couple of weeks and it's been raining almost constantly. Hopefully it will change soon because I want to go on adventures!

Surprise! The weather was really nice today so me and Christine decided to tick off one of our bucket lists things. Walk over Harbour Bridge, it feels like it's something you have to do if you live in Sydney.

The weather was amazing and we have really missed the sun!! The walk over Harbour bridge is free and it's not very hard but you get a beautiful view over Kirribili, the opera house and the Sydney skyline.

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Tonight we had a casino night on my favourite boat, it's so much fun when it's something a little bit different. It was a corporate cruise with a Vegas theme. Roulette and black jack, who's hitting the jackpot?

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Last year at this time I finished an amazing month in Vietnam together with my two favourite travel babes. All things has to come to an end and after spending more then 2 months together it was time to go separate ways for an uncertain time.

When I look back at our time together I can't more then say it was incredible. It's amazing how many things we did and saw together, so many crazy and fun memories. We got to know each other so well and they are and will always have a special place in my heart!

Vietnam is a beautiful country with so much variety and an interesting history. I'm so grateful that I explored it together with my travel babes and that we did it on motorbikes.

I have to be honest and say that my expectations where very high before going to Vietnam and when I left I was a little bit disappointed. I wasn't disappointed in what we did and saw but I was disappointed in the people we met, compared to other countries in Asia I found the people less helpful and friendly. A year later I mostly remember all the good and amazing things we did and saw and who knows I might go back because there are still a lot of things we didn't have time to explore. Every place and everyone deserves a second chance :)

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One thing that I love when I'm travelling is to learn and get to know the countries that I go to, learn about the history, the culture and get to know the people. One country that I've always loved and found really interesting is Cambodia, it's a hidden gem with so much variety, beauty and kindhearted people. Their history has always fascinated me and captured my interest.

Just found out that Angelina Jolie has been working on a movie project called First They Killed My Father, it's a adaption of Loung Ung's memoirs with the same name. It's a biographical story about growing up as a child during the brutal Pol Pot regime.

"It's the story of a war through the eyes of a child, but it is also the story of a country."- Angelina Jolie

The Movie had premiere in Cambodia in February and will be released on Netflix soon. I'm looking forward to see this movie and I would also love to read the book.

Cambodia is a beautiful country but they have a very dark history and I find it very hard to understand what the people have been through. Between 1975-1979 Pol Pots regime and the Khmer Rouge killed between 1,5-3 million people, that's a fourth of the Cambodian population.

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The weather in Sydney is killing me right now, it has basically been raining almost everyday the last 5 weeks... And as you all might know I'm not a big fan of rain and cold weather. I think thats why my brain keeps escaping to Asia with the beautiful beaches and sun.

Found this video and I think it's definitely more fun in the Philippines.

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Even though the weather has been pretty bad the last weeks I decided to go for an adventure this Sunday. Since I got here the coastal walk between Bondi to Coogee have been on my list over things to do.

On Sundays you can use the public transportation in the Sydney area for only 2.5 $. You can use it as much as you want for the same price the whole day.

I took the bus 389 to Bondi, it takes you the whole way. Use the tripgo app to figure out the public transportations.

The walk between Bondi and coogee is approximately 6 km long and you walk through Sydney's eastern suburbs. It's a beautiful walk and you get to see beautiful sceneries.

The weather wasn't the best when I did it but with good weather there is plenty of opportunities to rest and go for a swim. You will pass Tamara Beach, Bronte, Clovelly and Gordons Bay.

Would definitely recommend you to do the walk if you have time :) Enjoy a coffee on the way or bring a picnic.

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Love eating this for breakfast, healthy, easy and delicious. What more can you ask for?

Ingredients:
1 frown banana
2 tbsp oats
2 tbsp Greek yoghurt
1 tsp Acai powder
1 tbsp cocoa powder (or more)
Dash of milk, almond milk, soy milk up to you ;)

Top it with something yummy like fruit, nuts, grated coconut.

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Decided to go for some adventure with my friend and he has a car which makes it even more fun. Unfortunately the weather in Sydney have been really bad and unstable the last three weeks... So our only plan for the day was to drive south and see where we ended up.

We ended up in the Royal National Park which is located south of Sydney.

Opening hours: 7am-8.30pm.
Park fee: 12$ per vehicle/day
Visit nationalparks.nsw.gov.au for more information.

We wanted to get to the Figure 8 pool but unfortunately the weather was to bad and the tide to high.

We started off walking to Winifred Falls, a very small waterfall but nice nature around. Then we drove over to Wattamolla, it was really beautiful with the ocean, beach and the cliffs.

The Royal National Park is really beautiful and so big, there are so many things to see! Hopefully I have the chance to go back and explore the figure 8 pool.

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Most of you probably know her best for her collaborations with G-Eazy on 'Me, Myelf & I' and Martin Garrix on 'In the Name of Love.' Bebe Rexha is an american singer and songwriter and she just released her EP, 'All Your Fault: Pt. 1'. I love the EP and it has been on repeat the last days! You should definitely check it out.



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Love living in a city where it's always happening a lot of fun things. This weekend it was time for a Greek Festival in Darling Harbour.

The festival was sponsored by the Greek Orthodox community of NSW to represent the Greek way of life and their rich culture. Music, food, dance and a lot events for the whole family.

We tried Lamb Souvlaki and spanakopita, it was so delicious and the weather was perfect. So much fun!

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