I can tell you, it was hard work for me but someone has to do it!
Firstly, I caught up with one of my History authors for morning tea at Pablo and Rusty's (check out their website it is pretty sophisticated) where we shared a Hazelnut Cruffin (a cross between a croissant and a muffin) and a Salty Caramel Chocolate Cookie, both of which were delicious!
We had a grand old chat about all things History over coffee and green tea.
Then it was back to the Sydney office for a short while before I had to head off to a lunch meeting with one of my Economics authors at the Brew Cafe in The Rocks area. Where this time we talked all things senior Economics study and I had a delicious prawn linguine.
I told you it was a hard job but someone has to do it! No, but seriously, these were actually pretty key meetings and I also did spend quite a bit of time in the actual office doing some other work, too.
These are some of the sights I saw on the way to The Rocks. (If you look carefully, you can see the Harbour Bridge peeking out around corners).
Cute shaggy dog cakes!
That evening, TraderVic, DS2 and I went to the sensational Cafe Sydney at the Old Customs House on Circular Quay where we dined on Sydney Rock Oysters and succulent lamb shoulder.
When you walk in the building under the glass floor is a 3D model of Sydney - cool!
Here are two of my favourite Sydney views - the Harbour Bridge and DS2!
Well, this post has got long enough - I will fill you in more on my Sydney trip on another post (the next one will be Christmas in July swap, I think).