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This was the fourth day since my wife has been in Sydney.
Time has flown by very quickly.

Having been to Chinatown for a short time,
we then went to Bondi Beach, one of the most famous beaches in Sydney.

I bought some stuff for the first time today.
I meant shopping for clothes, not for food.
My wife bought a beach towel for me as a late Christmas present.
It is a Hurly brand towel and its color is black (for most of the part) and pink (the letters).
I wanted black and white, but I found the pink one for the first time and I liked it.

I bought a pair of sunnies which I had wanted for a long time.
They are a Ray-Bans
The model is called Wayfarer, which is one of the most popular ones
and the color is white.
It cost $240, but I got around a 30% discount. ($160)

shadessplit1_468x470.jpg (from google)

I love shopping for clothes but I don't usually spend money for clothes here
since I need to save some for school. (usually don't?)
I'm very happy to get what I had wanted.

After that, we moved around the city to buy some souvenirs.
She wanted to go to a duty free shop, so we went to a store at The Rocks.
There were many students from Japan on a school trip.

She then bought a lot of "Tim Tam", which was one of the famous items here.
In Coles, it was on sale and it cost $4 for 2 packs.
She bought as many as 18 packs. haha

We tried an Angus burger for lunch, where we were able to taste the meat more than other burgers
and Malaysian food for dinner.
Actually, we tried going to a famous place for Angus steak (starting from $49~),
but it looked like a very formal place.
Since we were wearing casual clothes, we gave up eating there
and promised to try it next time. haha
The Malaysia restaurant is very famous, and people usually queue up till the next store.
We ate a lot and I guess I gained a lot of weight these four days.

She is going to leave early tomorrow morning.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. bloke (in a newspaper)
= a man
2. bunyip (in a newspaper)
= an impostor or pretender
3. pec (in a newspaper)
= a pectoral muscle

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