So on a trip to the city with some friends from my youth group we all started talking about our uni-student-on-holidays life. It just so happens that the four of us all had our own blogs (because we're all hip and blog and stuff).
And so began our little chat about our non-productiveness on the blog front. in terms of our blogs. We all have differing levels of disengagement with our blogs, from a week, to a few weeks to a few months (in my case - I've posted what, twice? in the last 6 months?)
Anyway.. someone suggested we need to make a pact to all post more and so our little blogging productive challenge was born! (I just made that name up just then) This challenge pretty much just requires us to post SOMETHING (anything?) onto one of our blogs by midnight on Monday-Tuesday. And I guess this post will count as mine. YAY! (I will link all their blog posts at the bottom so you people that read this can check it out.)
I know that I have a lot of worth while things sitting in my drafts and thought I really should post these on here. And my new "Backtrack" post series is born! HUZZAH! So for the next few weeks I will be posting some things that have been sitting in my drafts for months, years even! I can't guarantee that it will be done in chronological order but we'll see how we go. These are all events, though there are a few things that aren't, which I can get away with not being in this series (as they don't refer to some specific times/dates).
I will hopefully be posting the first Backtrack post next week some time. In the mean time here are some photos of what we did get up to in the city. Enjoy!
We went to customs house.
And the State Library of NSW.
My friend's dad shouted us lunch! We had Thai. It was yummy.
(Yay for instagram!)
Then we strolled through Hyde Park,
jumped in front of St Mary's Cathedral
and wondered through the Royal Botanical gardens.
We took some photos on the way up to Mrs Macquaries Point.
Then watched the sun set over the harbour.
Walking back to the station we found this sign. We accepted the invitation by walking on grass and hugging a nearby tree.
On the way back we bought some cake and other baked goods for the train ride back home. We had been talking about red velvet cake on the trip into the city and were craving some. So we managed to find some but alas! It was a very deceiving super sweet, pink, vanilla cake or sugar cake or something. There was NO CHOCOLATE.
THE CAKE IS A LIE!!
(Woo! References from games I don't even play)
All in all a pretty good day, despite this "red-velvet" cake. And and at the end of it a new post!
Also here are links to my friend's posts for our challenge!Trip Tide