We chose to go to Toronto, primarly becuase it is the gateway to Niagara falls. It's also a bustling city and a very interesting place. A very wide mix of people, personalities and quite a few odd characters. This makes for an eclectic city. Kensington market More of a street full of interesting stores than … Continue reading Where to go in Toronto in only 3 days
Month: July 2018
Where to go in Niagara in less than 48 hours (from the Canadian side)
Your best bet is to head from Toronto to Niagara. Go online and buy a bus ticket to Niagara Falls. A regular bus (which takes about 4 hours and only $16) or a Greyhound (approx 2 hours and $40 round trip) and make your way there. The bus seats are comfortable, having charging devices and … Continue reading Where to go in Niagara in less than 48 hours (from the Canadian side)
Where to go for Latin food out west!
In Sydney, only about half a dozen places come to mind when opting for Latin American. When you think about it, that’s not a lot considering the region we’re talking about includes about 20 or so countries speaking Spanish, French and Portuguese. So when Parramatta Leagues Club seizes the opportunity to set the standard out west, … Continue reading Where to go for Latin food out west!
Handcrafted using 4 ‘W’s’ @ Makers Mark
Maker's Mark and its seal of quality are famous the world over. A family business specialising in Bourbon, a type of whiskey from the US and are proud of the artisan skills that go into making the product and the brand. Kurt is a huge whiskey (whisky) fan and with it being Kurt's drink of choice, … Continue reading Handcrafted using 4 ‘W’s’ @ Makers Mark
Wayward Brewing Co team up with The Oaks
What an absolute pleasure to experience an event of Wayward Brewing Co teaming up with the Oaks Hotel in Neutral Bay for a four course meal matched with beers. With our foodie friend where_do_i_eat_pete, this was sure to be something right up our alley. This is a great venue in the Oaks, a comfortable space … Continue reading Wayward Brewing Co team up with The Oaks
Vapiano’s Winter Yumderland!
If you’re familiar with this international brand you’ll know that it’s not about the bells and whistles of their dishes. Value driven, geared to the no fuss, corporate worker, international traveller and family diner expecting the satisfaction that ‘Nonna’s classics’ cemented into many of the native’s childhood memories making it impossible to surpass. However, as … Continue reading Vapiano’s Winter Yumderland!
Sydney’s Biggest Backyard turns 50!
Sydney’s Biggest Backyard on show is a public celebration to commemorate its 50th Anniversary. Stretching over 27km from Blacktown to Liverpool and Fairfield, we spent the day exploring Bungarribee Park and some of the many free activities open to the visitors until the 4th August. It was great to see the recent $15m dollar conservation and … Continue reading Sydney’s Biggest Backyard turns 50!
Where to go for 48 hours in NYC
Having been to NYC before, we have done all the tourist stuff like Central Park, Statue of Liberty, Empire State, 9/11 Museum, shopping, Times Square and more. This blog will not be about those. These are all amazing things to do but you need at least a week to do all of that. Here’s where … Continue reading Where to go for 48 hours in NYC
Where to get top Indian food on the North Shore
Spice Theory is a new Indian restaurant in Turramurra. The restaurant has contemporary Indian styling and the space has a fresh , clean and bright aesthetic. It has a sophisticated ambience to it and will appeal to the north shore diner. The owner Kalaish is a delightful host, and his 30 years experience certainly shows … Continue reading Where to get top Indian food on the North Shore
Where to enjoying Bastille Day with a French wine passport
We attended the free annual event, the Bastille Festival in Circular Quay. Held from 12-15th July, it was a huge street gathering to celebrate all things French: food, wine and art. A precursor to more celebrations to come with the huge World Cup victory by France. It was interesting to try different wines from different … Continue reading Where to enjoying Bastille Day with a French wine passport