Sydney NYE madness

Just a short post about NYE madness in McMahons Point, Sydney. Short because I’m in the middle of this craziness and simply have no time. I work in a restaurant that is located on the street that leads to one of the most beautiful views. Blues Point Reserve Lookout I refer to it as my […]

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Christmas in Australia

Christmas time in Australia is very different to the one in Europe or probably in general in the Northern Hemisphere. I mean, Australians do celebrate exactly the same thing, it’s still the same religious event. But the everlasting sun and scorching temperatures of 30+ give it an entirely different spin. Summer in December This is […]

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Sydneysiders dine in white

A feast for the senses Months or even years of waiting and only for specially invited people. Secret location, everyone wearing white, picnic set packed with gourmet snacks. The whole concept of the event and its mysterious atmosphere give you thrills. The preparations and counting down the days makes you impatient to finally discover this enigmatic […]

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Melbourne Cup

One day, one race, three minutes, millions of people. The race that stops a nation – this is how it’s described in Australia. And it’s true. Once a year, on the first Tuesday of November since 1861, the Melbourne Cup fever starts. It’s a normal working day in New South Wales and other states except […]

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Sydney is a woman

Because she’s appealing with her shape Full of mysterious little nooks, where you can find your seclusion. She has a long and winding shore line, with smooth and rough curves, folds and immersions. Just like a real woman.

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