Australia : The World Down Under πŸ¦˜πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

Sydney Harbour Bridge
Photo by :Ardrice Montgomery

In April of 2017 I had the opportunity to take a trip to Sydney, Australia. I will try my best to give all of my readers accurate details of that trip , but remember that it was a couple of years ago .

The flight over βœˆοΈπŸ›«πŸ›¬πŸ›©….

At the time this was the absolute longest flight I had been on in my life ! I believe we flew from Indy to Los Angeles & Los Angeles to Sydney . Thank God we had a layover in between because there was no way I would be able to take a straight flight from Indy which is 20+ hours . The flight didn’t seem that long as I was able to secure a first class seat. International flights usually take off at night which I think is great so you can sleep for majority of the flight. First class also offers great food and drink selections as well as small bed that you can stretch out and relax in . Have you a couple drinks 🍸 , watch a movie and you will arrive before you know it … at least that’s what I thought 🀣🀣🀣🀣. I remember sleeping peacefully until we hit a rough spot of turbulence flying over the Pacific Ocean . Scared isn’t even the word to describe what I was in that moment lol . I was praying πŸ™πŸΎ Lord please let us make it through this flight. I remember it lasting for a looooongggg time too. Once we got through that though the flight was absolutely great !! S/O to American Airlines , my favorite airline to fly .

Me being goofy !!!! I was so happy to be in first class , can you tell ? 🀣🀣🀣🀣

DAY 1 : After such a long flight and a drastic time change of +16 hours we were ready to crash. We decided to catch a taxi and go right to our hotel and chill . One thing that we noticed was how clean the streets of Sydney were . After our nap we walked around a little bit to try and find some food we felt comfortable walking around . I like to walk around and see exactly how other around the world are living on a daily basis . Once we arrived back at the hotel it was pretty late , but our internal clocks were still on United States time and we couldn’t sleep . I could tell the Australians don’t really watch tv to much because their local channels were showing married with children . We watched that until we fell asleep, getting ready for the next days adventures.

The quiet and clean streets of Sydney, Australia πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί photo by : Ardrice Montgomery


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