The company I used to work for was kind enough to invite me to their Christmas party last Friday. Aboard the Rhemtide Southport, we were treated to a smorgasbord of delicious canapés, unlimited beverages and 360 degree views of Sydney Harbour. Advertisements
#SnapSydney A Day In The Life is an initiative by NewsLocal newspapers which aims to document Sydney over 24 hours on 26th November 2014. The campaign, which has already gone viral on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, has received over 7,000 photos (and counting!) and aims to showcase just why Sydney is the best place on Earth. According to the Daily Telegraph, everyone is invited to take a picture that sums up what daily life means to them and to share it with fellow Sydneysiders. The rules are simple: Upload an image of an essential part of life or a picture of how Sydneysiders like to relax, accompanied with the #SnapSydney hashtag. The best images will be featured in the various NewsLocal newspapers in the coming days. As a Sydneysider, I wanted to do my part and get involved and uploaded these on my Twitter page: *The above photo is a collaboration between my friend Anna Tran (who took the photo from her work window) and myself (photo editing). Read on for more information or get involved: #SnapSydney: One day …
It is true that Australia is not my birth country, but Sydney has been my home since September 1989. Over 25 years on and I’m finding that there are still so many attractions to see, things to do and experience in this beautiful city. And it doesn’t have to cost you a cent*.
Mother nature decided to ease up today and gave Sydney a big shove towards a great start to Spring. We settled for a glorious 20C degree weather, clear blue skies & lots of amateur photo opps. A quick stop at iconic Harry’s Cafe de Wheels, we took our plain hotdog with mustard and meat pie with cheese sauce, to the beautiful Mrs Macquarie’s Chair / Royal Botanical Gardens & found ourselves a perfect spot – right across from the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. ‘Til next time….Travel safe