Following our short visit to the Sydney Opera House, my uncle took us to lunch over at Bondi Beach. Located 7km from the city center, Bondi Beach is a very popular beach that reminded me of beaches in La Jolla where I grew up. I don’t think I ever appreciated how amazing La Jolla was until I came back to San Diego during my college summers. Seeing the Pacific Ocean open up as one exits Highway 52 is a lovely and amazing sight. I do wonder what it would be like to live in one of those houses just on the waterfront. Would I become desensitized to the view over time or would I remain captivated everyday with the brilliant blue sea?
When the first iMac was released, the color of the translucent jellybean-shaped Mac was called Bondi Blue. Arriving at Bondi Beach, I could instantly see why Apple called it that. The color really looked like the original iMac!
Uncle Clement took us to lunch over at Bondi Icebergs, a North Italian restaurant just overlooking the beach. He has been the perfect host for us during this trip. Traveling to foreign countries is really great when you have a local guide around to show you the sights and sounds!
Here are photos from Bondi Beach in Australia.