On the Sunday of the long weekend, YY, Mel and I piled into my car for a road trip down south. There's nothing like driving fast on a sunny day with your friends, listening to the albums which defined your emo youth - namely From Under The Cork Tree, Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge, and Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count.
Stopped over at a lookout over Wollongong.
YY had wanted to see Bombo Quarry, so that was the aim of the day.
It's an old quarry, now disused, by the seaside.
Made for an interesting photographic subject.
We then had lunch there. Simple stuff like bread and cheese tastes so good when you've been spending time outside.
We had more time left in the day, so we kept driving south, to Hyams Beach on Jervis Bay, which I visited in the rain two years ago.
It's famous for its white sands.
We hung about for a short while until the sun started to go down.
We then drove home with a few mishaps (accidentially taking the scenic route and a desperate search for toilets).