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Photographing the photographer

Wandering is not just experiencing the place, or having a great time. For us, it is a moment to unravel not just what we do not know, but an opportunity to create memories that we wanted to remember. One of the most exciting things we have done is capturing photos, not just of the place, … Continue reading

Poporo: Bento with Gusto

Japanese food is one of the most appetizing dishes and healthiest amongst various Asian cuisine. Known for their diet that range from different veggies to various types of fish and other seafood, it is no surprise that Japanese people are amongst those who have a life expectancy that is longer  than the rest of the … Continue reading

Strutting Little Penguin

One Little Penguin at the Penguin Cove in Manly Sea Life Sanctuary strutted its way for everyone to see. This small and cute penguin is amongst those few that breed in the coastlines of Manly and widely protected and preserved by environmentalists and conservationists. Look at the way this one struts itself – owning the … Continue reading

Sharks Galore

Though large with razor-sharp teeth, sharks are amongst the most threatened to human activities. They might be one of the most aggressive marine animals to the human race, but they are more vulnerable to illegal poaching, fishing and other unlawful human activities. Hopefully that by preserving and protecting them, future generations will be able to … Continue reading

A Sanctuary of Underwater Life

Manly is known for its notable coastline, which is undeniably a beautiful attraction to locals and tourists. However, this Northern Beaches’ suburb in Sydney also provides numerous other attractions to travellers. One of them is the Manly Sea Life Sanctuary which is situated near the Manly Wharf, and the Manly Art Gallery and Museum. The … Continue reading

Seagull Strikes A Pose

How often do you get to see a seagull making its way to you for a photo? Well, not very often! But when a seagull came to us while we are on-board the Sydney Ferry, Sean taught it was a photo opportunity for him. Here are the seagull’s canny but striking pictures! Enjoy!

The Amazing Viewpoint On-board Sydney Ferry

Sightseeing on-board the Sydney ferry, from Circular Quay to Manly Wharf, is one of the best ways to view the spectacular fusion of modern city coastlines and suburban greeneries of Sydney.  Besides the skyscrapers that line the Sydney metropolis seen from afar, one can see the vibrant colours of numerous yachts as well as the … Continue reading

Walk to Memory Lane Part 1: Sydney’s Greatest Beaches

The second half of the year has finally started. It is a great opportunity to look back at what the first six months of 2012 has brought to us. Although work has been very hectic, January to June gave us a reason to continue with what we love doing – that is wandering in different … Continue reading

Joseph’s Bakery – A Delight in the Inner West

When talking about sweets, cakes, variety of breads and hot beverages (Cappuccino for me and hot chocolate for Sean!) one of our favourites is the Joseph’s Bakery located at Joseph Street in the inner-west suburb of Lidcombe. Aside from its assorted treats that are great tasting, what makes this small patisserie special is the fact … Continue reading

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