|The Rocks Aroma Festival, George Street, Sydney|
|Ricotta cannoli from Cafe Danieli|
Caffeine and sugar fuelled, we started our traipse around the harbour coffee world starting at the Grinders Coffee installation. Last year, it was the Mona Lisa – a perfect subject for the coffee colours and sepia tones of long blacks, flat whites and other milky coffees. Half way up the stairs looking down to the installation, the answer arises like the smell of coffee in the morning: it’s Marilyn Monroe – beauty spot and all.
|Grinders Coffee Installation of Marilyn Monroe|
|Yum cha by the Harbour Bridge|
|Pork and prawn dumplings from Dim Sum Station|
|Camel rides at The Oasis|
|The Oasis area|
|Large cupcakes from Cupcake Bakery - what an unnatural hue...|
|Fruit baskets by naked berry|
There was even a lingering feel, as if some people didn’t want to leave, while everyone leaving seemed pretty satisfied. Congrats to the organisers on another successful event, and I can’t wait till next year when I can wake up and smell the coffee – again.