sydney (Australia) Travel Blogs
The Rocks – Sydney’s Cultural Precinct
2014.10.20 — It was a bright sunny day in Sydney. A bead of sweat ran down my neck as the heat warmed my skin. I had arrived from Canberra – the cold capital of Australia just 30 minutes ago snuggly wrapped in warm clothes. As I got out of the taxi, I star ...
10 Things I love About Living In Sydney (And A Couple Of Things That Bug Me)
2014.10.17 — Already 3 months in, I’ve had a good taste of the realities of living in Sydney. Aside from my reactions to Aussie TV the transition has been smooth and relatively easy. All the things we thought we would love about Sydney living are true. Ther ...
Fotoeins Friday: Sydney Opera House at 41
2014.10.16 — Opened on 20 October 1973, the Sydney Opera House celebrates its 41st anniversary in 2014. First-time visitors to Sydney almost always seek out the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge nearby. When I’m in Sydney, I always go back to Sydney Harbou ...
A Postcard From Sydney: Essential Travel Tips
2014.10.15 — Australia's largest city is also the jumping off point from exploring Australia, and the city with the most inbound flights from North America. Here are some essential tips to plan and enjoy your visit. Airfare tips October to March is Sydney' ...
Harbour Bridge View from the Rocks in Sydney, Australia
2014.10.06 — Today’s travel photo is of the view of the Harbour Bridge from The Rocks in Sydney, Australia. The Rocks is a beautiful and historic part of Sydney that is ??a great spot to go for a beer or two and a bite to eat, while looking out over the ha ...
Sydney’s Corner: One Week on a Permaculture Farm
2014.10.05 — This blog is going to be about permaculture. But before we start with the facts, I want to tell you about my experience with permaculture. We were helping out on a family run farm. There were 5 people living on the farm: three kids and a mom and dad. ...
Three Days in Sydney on a Budget
2014.10.04 — Before we started our around the world trip we asked our daughter, Sydney, where in the world she wanted to go. Without pause, she said Sydney, Australia. Sydney, the city not our daughter, is renown for being one of the most expensive cities in the ...
Geocaching During a Layover – Sydney, Australia
2014.09.26 — Liz and I always try to get the??most out of our travel??experiences, including layovers.???? And recently we had a flight from Singapore to New Zealand that included a stop through Sydney, Australia with a 9 hour layover.?? Normally we wouldn ...
A Long Weekend Road Trip to Sydney and the Blue Mountains
2014.09.18 — A visit to Australia’s largest city, Sydney, is always an experience but??there comes a time when you begin to wonder??what’s outside the sprawling??metropolitan??area. Only??a 90-minute drive from the city, the Blue Mountains offer the ...
Sydney’s Corner: Kuddly Kangaroos of Australia
2014.09.18 — How many people from America get to see a wild kangaroo in Australia and get to stand three feet away from it? Not a lot. Now this blog is going to be about Australia’s most treasured animal, the kangaroo. We saw a kangaroo at Hanging Rock. It ...
The King and I At Sydney Opera House
2014.09.16 — Last night was my first time stepping inside the iconic Sydney Opera House. I’ve photographed its exterior from almost every conceivable angle – on the ground, on a boat, 17 levels high at the Shangri La Hotel – but this was my firs ...
The Best Mamak in Sydney
2014.09.12 — The Best Mamak in Sydney Mamak is Malaysian Indian Muslim and their food is the marriage of Malay and Indian food and they are very popular in Malaysia. Mamak food is patronized by Malaysians in regard of race or religions. Some of the food includes ...
Cafe Nookie – Sydney’s smallest cafe that’s big on awesome
2014.09.05 — Writing a travel blog it’s easy to focus on the amazing things that are happening beyond my borders and forget about the great stuff at home in my city Sydney. Sydney continues to take its place on the world stage and is full of fantastic attra ...
Sydney on Foot: The Three Bridges Walk
2014.09.02 — Featured 1 ShareThisNow like you, I am prone to exaggerate sometimes. read more
Hostel Review: Sydney Harbour YHA
2014.08.31 — When most people think hostels they think of dorm rooms crammed with snoring, smelly and noisy backpackers, basic and unclean facilities and locations that are in the somewhat seedier parts of town. While this is true in some cases, you’ll fin ...
Great Spots to enjoy Sydney’s Coffee Culture.
2014.08.30 — Barista’s near the beachside. 1. Harry’s Espresso Bar. Located at the northern end of Bondi Beach, Sydney. 2. Nun’s Pool, Cronulla Opposite Shelley Park at South Cronulla 3.Three??Blue Ducks, Bronte. A short stroll u ...