Watsons Bay: Part 2
Watsons Bay charmed me with its beautiful sunset and delicious food a few days ago, but I felt there was more to explore. Today my shift at work was cancelled so I suddenly had a free day. Within 15 minutes of the call about work, I was out the door.
I had noticed on my previous visit numerous trails, so today I was excited to see where they led. I did three trails in total and they all offered gorgeous views and scenes.
There was one trail that took me on a loop around the iconic Hornby Lighthouse. Around the lighthouse there were dozens of sailboats - it was such a sight to see.
I attempted to take a photo of myself with one of the gorgeous views in the background. Instead I just felt silly and each picture turned out to be close up of my face. I'll have to get the self timer feature worked out for next time. Until then, here's me at the Watsons Bay National Park Trailhead:
After all the walking around I decided to grab another yummy meal. I figured I would try a different place than last time so I went to Doyle's for some fish and chips. I was disappointed as soon as they handed me my meal in a cardboard box on a tray. Nothing like the presentation at the last place I ate at in Watsons Bay. Then I tried it - the chips were "meh" and the fish was nothing to rave about either. I went to the front to ask for ketchup to liven up the meal - they said it would cost me $2.00! In what world does ketchup cost an extra $2.00? Well, you win some you lose some. Overall, the day was still a win in my book.
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