Project Snail run pottery and design classes for the beginner to advanced student in their studios in Newtown, Sydney. Developed by Korean artist Daegeon and Rebecca to encourage thinking and creativity. We enrolled for the “experience”, a single class for $79. This included an intro to clay work and throwing on a potters wheel and … Continue reading Project Snail @ Newtown
The area is named the Sapphire coast for its crystal clear waters. We like heading down to the Far South Coast for its beaches, food, wine and activities. Since it’s about a 5 hour drive from Sydney, we recommend going for a long weekend. It’s also a good idea to stop along the way. Our … Continue reading South and Far South Coast / Sapphire Coast
Shakespeare is not just for old theatres or the year 12 English Curriculum. It is for the masses to enjoy in a pub whilst having a few beers and dinner! Developer by Chris Huntly-Turner and James Haxby, and supported by a range of quality performers, the folks at @bardwork have put together a modern version … Continue reading Shakesbeer – plays in a pub!
Research conducted by Booking.com reveals half of Australians feel they’re missing out on a magical Christmas by living in Australia. More than a third saying we don’t have the same level of decorations ( ie. lights, tree and mistletoe) compared to other countries, which they feel creates a genuine Christmas atmosphere. So, Booking.com is bringing … Continue reading booking.com – Christmas in the Shire
Banos is a town about 3.5 hours from Quito, Ecuador. Go to Quitumbe station and find one of the sellers offering trips to Banos. There are plenty and it’s $3 each for a one way trip. The buses have reclining seats, toilets and are quite comfortable. Put your suitcase underneath and hold your valuables for … Continue reading Where to go in Banos, Ecuador
Service is the prime aim of a Camps International trip and during our visit to Camp Tsavo, we were able to engage in these projects first hand. Nearby to Camp Tsavo is Itinyi school, where many of the projects are undertaken. Whilst this school would be very dissimilar to any Australian school, it has grown … Continue reading Service in action @Camps International – Camp Tsavo and Diani, Kenya. Part 2
I (Sarah) took a short hiatus from eating out, drinking and blogging to train for 12 weeks in a boxing program called Corporate Fighter. I had been seeing pics and posts pop up on Instagram and Facebook for a while now about Corporate Fighter, possibly because it is the internet’s way of connecting you randomly … Continue reading Fighting for a cause @Corporate Fighter