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If you have seen my previous post, you should know by now that my Sydney trip was rather "uneventful". 

If you are a nature person, definitely visit Australia. But due to time (and sprained ankle) constraint, most my activities were condensed in the city. You tend to get bored after the second day, at least that's for me.  So I did what I do best - brunch. 

We visited 2 cafes - The Grounds @ Alexandria and Brewtown. 

The Grounds @ Alexandria was such an amazing place that is like a mini farm/Sunday market. We went on a Sunday morning and it was packed with families. The place also feature The Pig, The Goat and The Chicken. Like literally. There are more than one cafes/restaurants within the compound to choose from. We had the most amazing king crab omelette and avocado toast. (Or maybe we were too hungry from the dancing on the previous night, or not.)

Brewtown is in a very hippy area near University of Sydney. We were really desperately looking for some fun/youngster place within Sydney and we were so happy to find the area. It is filled with small cafes/eateries featuring cuisine from all over the world. There are also a lot of thrift store in that area to dig out some good stuff. It was really crowded too, and featuring their cronuts, A M A Z I N G!

I also went a few other places such as Hacienda which feature the most exotic cocktails with the breathtaking view over the harbour. Sadly I didnt take much photos as we went at night all ready to partay. Definitely a must visit place in Sydney. A few other bars such as Tank Stream Bar and Norsk Dor for a chill vibe as they are hidden in a back ally/"dungeon". 

So let me know if you ever hit to these places, hope it helps!