Chinese New Year – Lunar Markets

In honour of Chinese new year, Pyrmont park in Sydney hosted a pop-up food festival, dedicated to celebrating Asian cuisine and culture. {umm yes please!!}

We decided that it made for the perfect end to our midweek evening in Sydney, and headed there for dinner after the aquarium.

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^^ Lucky red envelopes with chocolate coins. I was told that the red colour represents good luck & the warding off of evil spirits ^^

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^^ I just love the affect of the lights changing the colour of the trees ^^

DSC_0322DSC_0328 DSC_0326 ^^ The Chinese lanterns strung all around the park were so pretty ^^

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^^ I debated whether to call this post ‘{blank} on a stick’ as everything we ate was skewered. I sure do love chips on a stick ^^

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^^ The king of stick food in all its glory ^^

DSC_0313^^ I am suddenly aware that it is bigger than my head ^^
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^^ Beautiful dragon costumes ^^

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^^ Sat drinking apple/pear cider on the pier ^^

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^^ Hoy Pinoy ^^

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^^ Yum Cha dumplings ^^

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^^ Driving home across the harbour bridge

How lucky I feel to be living here ^^

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