A giant face camouflages as the entrance of Luna Park. I honestly think that’s not the most exciting access to the park. It’s like walking into someone’s mouth voluntarily to have FUN. I still took a picture of it, just like the other tourists.
The park had the volume of the music cranked. The bitrate of the music had energised this huge playground. It seemed like everyone was ready to throw a blowout party.
At that moment, a beam revealed on my face. I love this place – the music, the laughter and the colours.
How to get to Luna Park? Get to Milsons Point Train Station and it’s only 3 minutes walk from the railway.
Joy is when I get to travel. Peculiar joy is when I get to have fun for free. The entrance to Luna Park is free. You only need to pay for the games you would like to play. Isn’t it great?
It was Saturday. This place was full of kids, parents and couples. Me? I was the lost ranger with my wide angle lens, trying to shoot the happy moments of the others.
There were kids dragging their parents towards the candy floss. I also saw some lovers who couldn’t keep their eyes off of each other. This place also becomes a place for some newlyweds to seal their vow.
I am grateful to be a free rider of the happiness in this park.
I took a stroll at dusk along Glen Street. I wanted to Skype Lewis, showing him the stunning view. Unfortunately, my video call was declined as he was in the gym. I was dismayed by the rejection of call as he was totally missing out this mind-boggling harbour view. Suddenly, loneliness stroke me.
The dazzling sunset drifted my attention. Despite being a solo traveller, I enjoyed the breeze and the placid waters around Luna Park. It totally comforted me in this solitary journey.
Leaving Luna Park, I stopped by at Milsons Point. This was the first time I got this close to Sydney Harbour Bridge. It thrilled me to stand underneath the bridge and amazed by its scale.