While I’ve previously traveled to London in hopes of getting to know another English-speaking country better, Sydney is also among my top destinations to visit as I find it a tremendous place for any tourist.
Sydney’s probably nicest during the summer
When I do get the chance to visit Australia’s capital, I’ll try to do so during the warmer months in order to experience Sydney’s very active beach lifestyle. I love beaches almost as much as river tubing. From what I hear, the place is amazing for anyone who enjoys a sunny day at the beach, looking to swim, have fun and hopefully get some tan – I am definitely one of these people.
I’m also curious about the Aboriginal community and hope to encounter some of its members during my travels there. They seem like a fascinating and unique people that one can learn quite a few things from.
The pros and cons of Sydney’s rich wildlife
Sydney is also known for its amazing wildlife, including both animals in captivity as well as those in the wild. I’m hoping to spot at least a couple of colorful animals while hiking through the city’s wilderness.
However, I also understand that Sydney and all of Australia is known for the very large spiders that inhabit the area, even in predominantly urban zones. This has been quite a deterrent for me thus far, and I’m hoping to overcome my fear of these creatures in order to be able to fully enjoy everything that this great city has to offer.