Weekend in Katoomba

I reached the conclusion about half way through last week I needed some "country air". Though I could have booked a flight home to Lismore, I concluded the answer to my dilemma was closer than I thought. Only two hours away by train, I booked a single room (upgraded to a double) in a hostel... Continue Reading →

The Big Dig

"I used to come through here all the time", I said to my friend Sue as we walked through The Rocks in Sydney. "When Damien used to live here I used to climb up and down these stairs all the time", I added. Back in those days, during the early 2000s, there was a large... Continue Reading →

Manly Saturday

I was running late, and so I paid a few extra dollars to catch the fast ferry. With only a few people on board, I couldn't help but notice I was amongst a handful of middle aged nerdy blokes taking a close up look at one of the cruise ships at Sydney's Circular Quay. "What... Continue Reading →

Camera Roll

It's half-past something in the middle of the night, and I'm catching up on reading social media and blogs. In the midst of Twitter, Facebook and Google+, the reason I'm still blogging, and the reason I'm still reading blogs, is (generally speaking), they offer something more substantial than elsewhere in the personal online space. Admittedly,... Continue Reading →

Jonas Holmberg

Three or four years ago, I discovered the Swedish singer, Jonas Holmberg, and fell totally in love with his voice. I know it's a cliche, but he has the "voice of an angel", and he chooses such great tunes which are then beautifully orchestrated. As someone learning Swedish, I also love the fact he has... Continue Reading →

Sydney Views

"Can you imagine what it must be like here for the New Years Eve fireworks?", I asked a colleague earlier tonight. The reality is neither of us could probably afford the view privately, so it was really lovely to be invited to a function earlier tonight, located on the thirty-first floor of Sydney's Interncontinental Hotel.... Continue Reading →

Mardi Gras History Walk

"Tom Hughes was Lucy Turnbull's dad", I whispered into the ear of my friend Graeme. Though it wasn't specifically mentioned on the Mardi Gras History Walk, it was something I knew which added to the story. Historian, Robert French was talking about a meeting of the Liberal Party of NSW held in the early 1970s.... Continue Reading →

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