On Sunday my best friend and I went to the 35th Newtown Festival in Camperdown Memorial Rest Park in, who'd have thought, Newtown.
We got off the bus and followed the crowd into a small side street.
Some guys were playing on their saxophones, drums and trumpets. I got goose bumps, just by listening to these awesome guys.
The mixture of the classic instruments and pop music like 'I need a dollar' from Aloe Blacc' (http://instagram.com/p/gkBT3qvuXE/) made me smile.
The festival was amazing!
We did some wine testing (moscato white wine, i love you), listened to the newcomer bands, I got my very first henna tattoo and of course we walked around to have a look at all the beautiful stalls. (due to my east coast trip in january I didn't buy anything, which is unlike me haha)
Afterwards we went to an art gallery. My most favourite hobby. As Stella Adler said: Life beats down and crushes the soul and art reminds you that you have one.
I ended the day with a moscato white wine (what else?) and a delicious apple-walnut-salad in one of these restaurants at darling harbour. As you can see, the weather wasn't that good, but the view still amazing.
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