Darlinghurst, Sydney – Nestled in the heart of vibrant Darlinghurst is a pocket rocket of a bakery, Infinity. [Read more…]by
Sydney CBD – When travelling I always struggle to eat healthy. In two months in South America I gained a kilo a week thanks to a diet of read meat and red wine (only the pics from the start of the trip went up on Facebook). Fortunately, Sydney is an easier option for healthy travel and eating with Thrive in Sydney’s CBD being a great example.by
Most visitors to Sydney find themselves on Oxford St at one time or another. It’s a long avenue packed with cafes, bars, restaurants, clubs and boutiques that connects Hyde Park to Bondi Junction Shopping Centre. While the street can be a lot of fun and the boutiques on the southern side are a good option for shoppers, it is a street which feels like its glory days belong in the past. [Read more…]by
Manning it up!
When the British arrived in Oz in 1778, their captain gave Manly its name because of the indigenous people’s “confidence and manly behaviour”. Today, Manly locals appear to have lost none of their confidence, and why would they? They live in a little slice of heaven.by
Una schnitzel is never enough
Sydney has a love affair with the schnitzel. It’s an interesting food-of-choice for a city packed with residents who pride themselves on their abs, biceps and derrières, but there’s no denying its popularity. And the best place to feast on schnitzel? Well in my humble opinion it’s one of my locals! [Read more…]by
joke: ‘Australian history? What History?’ is a joke I heard a lot when I was at uni. And compared to other countries where all-powerful kings, queens and emperors ruled, Australia’s history – at least since the Europeans arrived – does seem a bit more compact. But while our history might lack the breadth of other countries, it is packed with criminal stories, fitting of a nation that was once a crime colony. [Read more…]by