It's one of those beautiful late summer/early autumn days in Sydney. It's the kind of day you know you just can't waste. And I do have a bit planned for the afternoon. But what have I done so far? Well not a lot really. There was a phone call from work. I've chatted with someone … Continue reading Saturday Catchup
Kate and I went to the opening of an exhibition of Shaanxi Province folk art at the Powerhouse Museum tonight. There were a LOT of people taking photographs.
I met Kate for lunch at Hingara today. It's been a favourite spot of ours for a couple of years and today was a great example of why: the BBQ pork was stunning. Walking down George Street later this evening Kate commented, "Do you realise we've been talking about that pork on and off most … Continue reading Busy Saturday
Often when you go to the opening night of an exhibition, there's a bunch of hangers-on who'll stand around quaffing the wine and consuming the canapes, but who pay very little attention to the exhibition itself. That was not the case at launch tonight of "Diana - A Celebration" at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum. Although I … Continue reading Diana
It's funny being around Surry Hills in the daytime. As I work M-F 9-5 (or thereabouts), I don't normally get to see what's happening in my neighbourhood on a weekday. Looking out my window now, for example, there's a couple of very flash looking women sitting in a very flash car. They got out for … Continue reading Holidays
I realised last night what an anti-social creature I've become. To avoid conversation and contact with other human beings while on the bus to Circular Quay, I actually put my headphones on without the sound playing. It was actually quite good, as the headphones both blocked out the sound, and gave me the ability to … Continue reading Up Close and Musical