Australia. Day 3. Relax at Bondi Beach

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You can’t visit Australia without spending a day on the beach.

During my third day in Sydney I decided to spend a few hours at Bondi Beach, one kilometer of paradise for surfers.
I immediately fell in love with the chilled out and easy Australian way of living, faraway from the hustle and bustle.
Barefoot people on the street, boys with surfboards or skateboards, people eating an ice cream are some still images of my day at Bondi Beach.

I put sunscreen, my Canon and a pair of sunglasses in my backpack only. On my wrist my new G-shock GA-300 Casio that is ideal for a day on the beach because of its perfect shock and water (up to 20 bar) resistance. The beauty of this watch is mainly in the case that collects analog gears clock along with all the technology of digital Casio watches.

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