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Why We Love Tall Ships

Tall ships abound in the clear waters of Sydney Harbour. With their sails and masts that are enormous, they would not be unnoticed. Austerely waving like gargantuan wings of flightless birds afloat on the marina during windy weather. Their wooden structures are a sight to behold, markedly radiant as the sun shines on them. The … Continue reading

The Ferrython Experience: Up Close and Personal

It is better late than never to have talked about our experience of today’s event, Ferrython 2013. It was a tiring day for The Budget Wanderers but worthwhile. We woke up at 7 in the morning to be at Circular Quay for the annual Ferrython event. This year we decided to be on-board a ferry … Continue reading

The Powerhouse Museum: A Museum of All Sorts and Ages

Museums have always been a fascination on my part. Whenever and wherever a museum is around in a certain location we are wandering, I often make a trip to these interesting worlds of various things. Maybe it’s my curiosity of what’s inside it that makes me a magnet for museums. Or, probably, I just wanted … Continue reading

Farewell Sydney Monorail

For more than 20 years of roaming every nook and cranny of the bustling Sydney metropolis, Sydney Monorail is bidding farewell. The well-known monorail will be running its course for the last time before it ceases operation at the end of June this year. Sydney Monorail had its first operations in 1988, and since then … Continue reading

Furious Rush At George Street

At the corner of one of the busiest streets in Sydney CBD, various forms of vehicles hastily run through its wide and extensive lanes. The prospect of creative snapshots for photo enthusiasts and public transport buffs are immense. Albeit, a chance that warrants artistry and speed along with heaps of patience to capture the ‘perfect … Continue reading

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