I took a short ride with the ferry and arrived at Camp Cove beach in Watsons Bay.
Safely on land, I decided to first walk along the shore and breathe in the fresh air.
Once more I got to envy all the beautiful homes...one day, one day I tell you!!
I then realized that a paved road was leading up to a popular view point.
What awaited me up there was simply spectacular.
The areas where the cliffs meets the water caused a ship to wreck in 1857.
The area goes now by the name The Gap or South Head.
I was in my true element with the ocean view wherever I turned.
One day in the not so very distant future I shall live in a place close to the ocean and the nature.
During spring I shall go for a daily walk and look at all the beautiful blooming flowers.
Back to reality, I ventured down the beach where there were lovely old cafés and hotels.
The neighbourhood looked like it was taken out of a book.
Children played around in the sand and seagulls enjoyed the sunshine.
I sat down on the beach with my newly bought shoes and simply enjoyed what life had to offer.
Unfortunately the day had to come to an end when I had to catch the last ferry back to Circular Quay. I waved goodbye to Watsons Bay and promised myself that I would explore all the other bays around the area some other time.