We made our way to Bondi for our lunch at the Icebergs Dining Room and Bar. I have to say this is dining with quite a great view.
Here we ordered seafood like scallops and grilled king prawns because hey, we are in Sydney, mate.
Below, we could see people swimming in the pool by the beach. It is quite a famous pool, this Bondi Baths. You need to pay to swim here but I am sure it is quite a unique experience. It was windy and the waves were big that day so we decided not to show the world our chiseled bodies in swimming trunks.
After the rather filling and long lunch, we decided to walk it off along the beach. Bondi is smaller than I expected. Maybe the photos and shows always make a place bigger than it seems.
People were jogging at the beach and some skateboarding at the skate park. A few hardier ones were surfing. We didn't surf because, er, those waves looked like they could eat us alive.
We went back to look at some more of the lighting installations at Vivid. I quite liked the James Nachtwey photo exhibition even though it didn't have fancy lights.
Then it was off to Uccello's for dinner. We felt a little underdressed here but what the hexk, the Italian food was great.
As you can see, I had a very healthy fish. Which I washed down with some very healthy wine.