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Sydney - Sydney Fish Market

Ryan and I were super excited about having breakfast at Sydney Fish Market (SFM) as oyster was the main reason why we are spending our holiday here in Sydney! 470 more words


Fedja on the rooftop

Today is Good Friday, like german Karfreitag, and a rainy day. Most shops are closed, people stay at home or at a café to have long breakfast or even spend the day there. 406 more words


the third largest fish market in the world

Sure, it’s no Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, but it’s still pretty impressive. There are so many options to choose from. Raw or cooked? Western rock lobster or Tasmanian lobster? 332 more words


Sydney Fish Market

If you love seafood and want to enjoy a nice lunch next to the sea, out of the madness of the CBD, I have got the perfect place for you: the… 139 more words


The age of travel

Let it be said that I love getting older. I am particularly in love with the idea (albeit a tad crazy) that by virtue of our maturity through experience, we will arrive at a point in life where you know more, therefore you do better and as a result benefit from mountains of inner peace. 1,075 more words


Sailing Sydney to Broken Bay

Another weekend and another adventure out on the humble Excentrique.  This time we were able to enjoy an overnight expedition.  After stocking up on fresh fish at the Sydney Fish Market, we set sail early Saturday morning with our destination being the Broken Bay area.   118 more words


Is Sydney's Fish Market worth the visit?

The Sydney Fish Market is the largest of its kind this bottom half of the globe, trading over 14,500 tonnes of seafood each year. Within its premises at Bank Street Pyrmont, it hosts six seafood retailers, a bottle shop, greengrocer, bakery, sushi bar, restaurants, gift shop and deli ( 760 more words