What would you feel if these enormous waves were about to come to you whilst not even wearing your swimmers?
Waiting for the waves to come crashing towards me was both fun and exhilarating as I didn't know how big were the waves each time. But I was scared more for the camera to drop than for myself :)
The beach is popular to surfers but the rip is really strong it can easily sweep you away so proceed with caution.
By the end of the photo op my bottom half was already drenched but I tell you it's worth it :)
This country is known for its beach culture and there really isn’t anything like a lazy day lounging on a Sydney beach where Bronte is a good rival to Bondi.
For the less abled swimmers and children the rock pool is a good option (seen behind me in the pic below), read my previous post about it here.
With my little beach buddy caught here barefooted.
Bronte Park is spacious enough to host the ever popular family barbies and best of all if you don't like bringing food all the way from home (uhmm like my boys) the park is also lined by a string of charming and hip cafes.
We came here on Australia Day and boy the parking was almost impossible. Being a public holiday, the campers settled in as early as sunrise (hyperbole folks :)). All the picnic huts were taken, good thing the ground was grassy with tall pine trees and lush greeneries.
This lace swing dress was a good choice as it's flowy and not constricting. And I had to wear my matching Love bracelet and ring just to add a spark on my rather simple attire.
And yea, a mirror light framed sunnies completed the look. Got my little boy's shirt from Uniqlo when it was collaborating with the fastfood giant, Jollibee, isn't it cute?
Lace dress similar
Mirror sunnies similar
Thongs from Ipanema