I spent Easter in Jarvis Bay, a beautiful place 200km south of Sydney. Jarvis Bay is famous for its spectacular white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. Truly spectacular place and a must for any fan of nature.
Sleeping in is overrated. I much rather get up early in the morning and get the most out of my day. So this morning I woke up at 6am and took a train to the city with the intention of exploring The Rocks, Sydney’s oldest suburb. I’ve been there tens of times but somehow never took any photos of that picturesque part of the city. The Rocks is a prime location, positioned in the neighborhood of Harbor Bridge and Opera House. It is also one of the most popular tourist spots in Sydney. But it’s quite easy to get away from the crowds who stick to the main street in The Rocks – you just need to get lost in one of the laneways or alleys. Or get there really early, like I did today :)
This is possibly the most famous of all the national parks in Australia and it is for a good reason. It is a home to two incredible things – Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) and Olgas (also known as Kata Tjuta). Everyone has heard of Uluru and seen it on tv or on a photograph, so that one doesn’t require any introduction. Olgas is less known, but it is as beautiful as Uluru (and some people say it is even more stunning). We went to see them during Easter long weekend. The weather was not great, there was lots of rain and clouds, so I was a tiny bit disappointed. But on the other hand I got to see the waterfalls running down Uluru, which is not something that everyone gets to see.
And yes, it is true that Uluru changes colors through the day.