Quintessential Date

It was a perfect afternoon – Sun God shining bright in winters. “A good way to de-stress and a quiet ‘Me’ time!” I thought. Taking the train to Circular Quay during lunch hour, I reached the Opera House.

I headed to the less crowded place – Water taxis combined Sydney point, right opposite to the Opera house.

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The view point has many bollards. I comfortably settled on one of the bollards.


How can any peaceful time be complete without music? I plugged on my earplugs and heard some amazing happening Bollywood numbers, with maximum volume. Few to name are:

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I was enjoying so much that I danced 😀 . This was the first time I had danced in a public place. And mind you only I could hear the music 😛 .

It was a quintessential date with myself – great music, breath-taking views of the Opera house and Sydney Harbour Bridge, cotton candy clouds over them, soothing sound of the water, and the sunny weather.

Some pictures of my date 🙂 :


4 thoughts on “Quintessential Date”

  1. Beautiful to read this…glad you enjoyed your ‘me’ time.

    I have an upcoming vacation to Melbourne, Sydney and Gold Coast (first week of Oct) courtesy my wife’s win in a Contest sponsored by Tourism Victoria.
    So, hope to be there myself soon 🙂

    1. Hi Alok, Thank you so much for reading my post.
      Congratulations to you and your wife on winning the contest. I am sure you will have a wonderful time in Australia. Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast are really very beautiful places – each in its own unique way.
      You have a great vacation ahead and welcome to Australia 🙂

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