Harvest Cafe is located in Newrybar, Australia and tucked away in a white house surrounded by lush greenery. Only 15 minutes away from the trendy Byron Bay, this restaurant has a scenic view and is a tranquil setting for a nice meal.
Next to the actual building that holds the restaurant there is also a separate house that is a deli and bakery. The deli is decorated with natural woods and rustic decor. In the deli, there is a dry room where they butcher and cure meats. They also sell cheeses, honey, oils, sandwiches, and pastries.
The food here was so tasty. I ordered the Eggs Benedict with a side of avocado. Some other options on the menu that looked and smelled delicious were the crispy soy marinated tofu with soba noodles or the Sydney Rock Oysters!
I was in Sydney this past weekend, marking the half-way point of my road trip down the east coast of Australia.
During my time in Sydney I had the pleasure of going to the Paddington markets. Filled with up and coming jewelers, bag makers and designers, these markets were a great way to spend a saturday afternoon. During my time browsing around, I stumbled across a small jewelry stand by the name of SixD.
The owner/designer of the jewelry line, Daisy Daet, has a clear passion for her trade and her line. Her designs and pieces were gorgeous as well as hand made! She took the time to explain to me the stories behind each design of every piece that I bought. They are great for everyday or can be dressed up as well.
I absolutely love my new pieces and have worn them everyday since! Cant wait to show them off in some future OOTDs!
The Magic Circles are representative of Native American Spirituality,
signifying the sacred circle of life, the pathway to peace and harmony, the
gathering of surrounding energy, its basic 4 directions and the elements. It
symbolises the individual journey each must take to find our own path, that
ultimately connects to the infinite.
(Description found on Sixdthelabel.com)
Inspired by the four elements of antiquity earth, water,
air and fire. The Elements Ring symbolises the infinite power binding the elemental
forces of the earth. The mysticism behind the elements comes from the oneness of
all beings, the sanctum cosmic harmony with all tribes and therefore, of all life.