Today, Gab and I decided to go to The Rocks seeing as it’s one of those places where we go to eat quite a lot but never really had the chance to tour.
Our favourite place to eat in is on Argyle Street and it’s a Mexican cuisine restaurant called El Camino. El Camino is inside this place called Argyle Stores where they have a few restaurants inside one place. One of them is obviously this Mexican treasure, El Camino.
One of my favourite restaurants in the Philippines is Chili’s hence, coming here to El Camino really reminds me of Manila/home. I always order the beef fajitas and eat the free nachos with tomato and jalapeño salsa which I think is amazing.
Before having dinner, we toured around The Rocks which we never did before. I think the place is amazing and full of history. In fact, history serves this place so long that they even offer ghost tours around the area.
We were even able to pass by the Museum of Contemporary Arts (MCA) which I really wish to see someday.
This photo was taken right outside the MCA. There are also shops right next to it so you all can check that out if you’re ever in this area.
And also passed by the harbour where I was again, able to view the Sydney Opera House.
I toured The Rocks with my go-to style equation as per usual. But with a different outerwear. This kimono is from Missguided. I think the details make this kimono very unique as compared to the others that I currently and already own.