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Another Winter In Australia (July-Aug 2016)

Why not? Yeah, it’s cold but NOT “sufferingly cold”. And for Cebu Pacific’s basic return fare (Manila-Sydney-Manila) of only PhP13,000, how can you go wrong? Even inclusive of those add-ons (food, baggage allowance, seat assignment, etc), it’s still a steal at US$350 or so! 76 more words


A Home in Sydney, Full of Light With Room to Roam

A house in the suburb of Terrey Hills, Sydney, has grand proportions and plenty of natural light, with multiple areas for entertaining and direct access to walking trails. 12 more words

Sunny winter

Sometimes being “stuck” in a building is a bit better with a gorgeous view. Although it would be best to be outside, being able to walk to a balcony and feel the fresh air whilst absorbing a different view of this city is a good thing.

Australia announces $154-million upgrade for Sydney Opera House

(REUTERS) Thu Aug 11, 2016 11:47am EDT

Australia on Thursday unveiled plans for the largest renovations to the Sydney Opera House since its opening in 1973, with more than A$200 million ($154 million) earmarked to update the UNESCO world heritage-listed site. 293 more words

World News


I wrote this last year for Six Months in Sydney, but a chat with Adam on Twitter reminded me of it. Some who follow me closely will know my Australian citizenship application had been approved and I have the ceremony next month: thoughts of home and what home is exactly are in my mind again. 558 more words


Un Músico Italiano en Bondi


Cualquiera que haya estado en Bondi lo conoce bien. No es una persona famosa pero cuando canta en la calle todo el mundo se enamora de sus dulces palabras en italiano. 86 more words


An Italian Musician in Bondi


Anyone who has been in Bondi knows him well. He is not famous but when he sings on the street everybody falls in love with his sweet Italian words. 79 more words