My friends and I were at the beach and hired a couple lounges, an umbrella and luckily a towel for my friend who had forgotten hers!! Super friendly staff helped us to move our lounges to a great spot...
We arrived at Manly Beach at 11 am and all but one lounge chair were already rented out. The Hire did put our chairs in place and set up the umbrella but seemed rather disinterested and left before ...
What is the feeling of surfing in Australia
This is my first real experience of surfing myself.
Even if the coach's detailed explanation is thoroughly familiar, I will try to look forward to the heights, keep the body in the middle of the board, don't be nervous, and enjoy the process. But when it was really in the water, it was still tense when it was on the surfboard. If the waves are so close, it will still make people nervous, especially when the big waves come in, they need to eat a few mouthfuls of water. But as long as you adjust your mind to enjoy it, you will find that both the body and the board can float with the waves, which is actually a very interesting thing.
For the first time, I didn't stand up at all. Ignore the action that the coach said, and I took a shot lately and poured it into the water.
The second time, barely stood up. But not too good to maintain balance, or fell.
For the third time, I finally mastered all the skills I had said before. The feeling of standing on the board and rushing to the wave is really too cool and too free. At this moment, I finally understood the meaning of surfing. I also understand why Australians like surfing so much. Because surfing is a sport full of conquest and freedom!
This time I went to Sydney. In addition to going to the most red bondi beach, I went to the local favorite Manly beach. Manly Beach is not as famous as Bondi, but I think Manlys beach is no better than Bondis. Inferior.
Manly Beach is quieter than the lively Bondi Beach. "Its only seven miles from Sydney, and the troubles are tens of thousands of miles." This is the favorite word of Manly.
On the reefs on the beach, there are a lot of foreigners who are barely basking in the reefs, and foreigners really like to sunbathe (strongly sigh first).
There are many ways to enjoy the beach here, and you don't have to swim. You can find a comfortable corner, sit down and watch the sea, just relax, or walk along the beach.
This quiet seaside town is not only the most loved beaches of Sydney, but also the famous rich area. I am very envious of the "Sydney Man" who lives here, and there is such a great sea view at the doorstep.
December in Sydney, it is summer, the sun is gentle, not too cold or hot. If you don't want to spend the winter and get tired of it, fly to Sydney in the Southern Hemisphere. There are sunshine, blue sky, beach and bikini waiting for you!
Transportation: Ferry to Manly Wharf at No. 3 Wharf or No. 2 Wharf at Circular Quay in Sydney , about 30 minutes to Manly Wharf
Manly Beach is the second largest beach in Sydney, and is also popular as a sub-urban beach on the northern coastline. It is natural and peaceful, with white and soft sands, as well as water so clear that one can see the bottom. Many people come here to have fun and feel the ocean breeze. A wide variety of aquatic activities is possible here. It is an ideal location to relax and have a good time by the ocean.