My first day back in Sydney this past December, about 8 years after leaving it, didn’t quite go as well as I’d imagined it would. Instead of spending it frolicking around the city and ogling Sydney Harbour, I was stuck on a diverted plane at Canberra Airport for 8 hours.
With over 30 beaches and seemingly infinite panoramic views, Sydney Harbour is a frolicker’s dream and a damn scenic place to swim.
The best part? You’ll never enjoy the same view no matter where you are on Sydney Harbour.
It was a happy little accident that I came upon this oft-unheard of park in Moab. Desperate for a campsite during the overcrowded mayhem that is the Easter Jeep Safari, I took google’s recommendation and drove about 10 minutes out of Moab town center and up-up-uphill to the park entrance.
More Stories on Frugal Frolicker
- Tayrona National Park (Parque Tayrona): Everything You Need To Know Colombia
- Cuba // WANDERLUST WEDNESDAY Wanderlust Wednesday
- Art is EVERYWHERE in India – Doors Included! Asia
- Escaping Sydney for the Kangaroo Valley Countryside Australia
- Governors Island: NYC’s Newly-Renovated Urban Playground Cycling
- Swimming With Seals At Montague Island Australia
- The Cheapest Way To Send Money Internationally Money
- Bolivian Salt Flats // WANDERLUST WEDNESDAY Wanderlust Wednesday