We walked to Hunter Valley garden and found Bliss cafe, so we decided to chill on a cup of Chilli hot chocolate (unfortunately we couldn't have coffee at the time, such a pity as we heard their coffee are actually really good).
What an odd combination? You sip on this warm Hot chocolate just to find the top was covered with chilli flakes...and it burns! Then you get that usual sweetness from underneath, but it wasn't strong enough to get rid of the burning sensation. I enjoyed this experience though, despite the fact we couldn't really finish it...
Broke Road Hunter Valley Gardens Shopping Village
(02) 4998 6700
School Holidays Open 7 days
Monday, Tuesday Closed
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 9.30am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Public Holidays 10.30am - 3pm
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We all love lollies! So we couldn't miss this stop at the British Lolly shop.
The lollies were placed in a small jar for display, and the staff gave us a sample of one of the fruity lollies. I simply enjoyed browsing in that shop, as it was friendly and full of bright colours. We ended up buying some random ones and saved them for afternoon snacks.
During one period of our lives, we were obsessed with the levitating photographs by Natsumi Hayashi and we couldn't help it but to try it by ourselves. So this time we arrived at the back field of Hunter Valley and got the camera ready to capture a levitating photo. The outcome was way better than what we imagined, so I guess it was all thanks to Bun who's naturally pro in capturing such moments. Anyway, it was fun :)
To conclude our Hunter Valley trip, we captured this sunset together. We loved this feeling of waiting for sunset together, it felt like time has froze and the happiness would last forever...