We showed up to our tour a little late (train woes), and were immediately greeted with some incredibly tasty Banh Mi (vietnamese pork sandwiches). It was a good start, and it continued from there with samples of Peking Duck, Thai Desserts, a refreshing sugar cane drink, hearty Pho and rice paper wraps, before finishing with an ice coffee at a bustling local hangout. Our guides, long time residents of Cabramatta, were great and filled us in on the local history, and lead us deftly through the bustling streets. It was interesting to see some of the other parts of Sydney on our last day, though the place is so big that we've left a lot to explore if we ever return!
The last thing we had planned for our packed trip made for a very fitting end: opera at the Sydney Opera house. We set off from our AirBnB in the pouring rain and made our way, once again, back down to the Opera House where thousands of Jack Johnson fans were getting soaked at an outdoor show. Before our show began we enjoyed the views of the Harbour Bridge with a glass of prosecco in the foyer. We then took our seats inside the impressive concert hall, and settled in for a couple of hours of Bach, Brahms and Bartok.