In the morning, we visited our old friend who stayed in Ashfield. Ashfield is a suburb in the Inner West of Sydney. It is 7 train station away from Sydney Central Station. The population here is highly multicultural and flooded with Chinese restaurants. The Liverpool Road, which is the main road, have nearly most of the shops are Chinese. If you want to have some good Chinese food, Ashfield is the place.
The Botanic Garden is big and an excellent place to hang out, nap and chill. You can spend the whole day there chatting with friends and reading books. But be careful of the seagull who will make every attempt to steal your food.
There is a little exhibition about flower and bees inside the garden. Free entry.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales is near the Botanic Garden and we spent about an hour to check out the artworks there.
We had our lunch at the Harry’s de wheels.
This is the harbour right next to the Harry De Wheels.
We ordered the signature Hot Dog de Wheels and Harry’s Tiger (A beef pie with smashed potato and pea puree)
King’s cross to me is a place to be visited at night. It is because, on the Darlinghurst Road, there are a number of nightclubs and sex toy shops.
Our final stop is the St Mary’s Cathedral for listening to the Christmas Carol.