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I'm a city girl passionate about travelling, discovering new places and making the most out of my weekends.

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My WeekendNotes - 55
PappaRich is a popular franchise Malaysian restaurant that has finally landed itself in Sydney. After five branches ... [more]
Ever wishfully thought about making that big leap to quit your job and travel the world? Have you caught yourself fr... [more]
Planning a trip to the city that never sleeps? New York is a city like no other. It engages all your senses and you'll n... [more]
Flat Rock Gully Reserve is a great spot for escaping the city without being far from it. The start of the walking tr... [more]
One early Saturday morning my husband and I decided to hop onto his motorbike and ride to Ku-ring-gai Chase National Par... [more]
Every year in spring, private gardens in Mt Wilson open their doors for visitors to admire the fresh blooms of the s... [more]
Fish and chips are synonymous with beaches, everyone can agree to that. Most locals would think of Bondi, Coogee, Ma... [more]
Devonshire Tea is a popular afternoon treat in the Blue Mountains region. You can find them in almost every tea shop in ... [more]
Sydney is spoilt for choices when it comes to parks and reserves. There's really no reason why we don't spend more time ... [more]
The Blue Mountains is famous for the Three Sisters Echo Point lookout and the Wentworth Falls lookout, both of w... [more]
As much as we love Sydney's sunny winter days, there are days when the weather just disappoints. Instead of canning our ... [more]
Most visitors to Europe for the first time would have a wish list of places they would like to see. It goes without sayi... [more]
It is easy to lose track of your day to day spending unless you record every single item of expenditure and keep a b... [more]
Kayaking is a fun and energetic way to explore Sydney Harbour. One of my favourite locations to kayak is the area around... [more]
Discovering Kurtosh in Crows Nest one pleasant Saturday afternoon became the highlight of my weekend. We were walking ar... [more]
Although winter feels far away, we are actually only about two months away from the season. Sydney is lucky to experienc... [more]
The Clothing Exchange is hosting another clothes swap event, this time in the famous Madame Tussauds at Darling Harbour.... [more]
Matakana Farmers' Market is a weekend must do for Aucklanders and visitors to Auckland alike. Every Saturday the small t... [more]
The business of gelato making has just stepped up a notch. Introducing N2 Extreme Gelato, an idea concocted by a bun... [more]
Autumn is my next favourite season after summer. The air is cooler but not bone-chilly, and golden foliage can be seen p... [more]
In the concrete jungle that is New York City, it is heart-warming to find little gems of greenery dotted amongst the bui... [more]
Ashfield plays host again to one of Sydney's annual cultural events; the Carnival of Cultures. Highlights include an ... [more]
Banjo Paterson Park is one of those gems with so much to offer. It is secluded but not out of reach from the main ro... [more]
Bentham Street Bar and Pizza serves up some of the best pizzas in town. If you've never heard of this place then you're ... [more]
Funny man Russell Peters is back with his popular Notorious Word Tour, sure to entertain and rock your socks off. The No... [more]
05/03/2013 - 15/03/2013
The South Heritage Trail is a short scenic bushwalk that offers panoramic views of the Sydney Harbour and is very mu... [more]
Bard on the Beach is back this year with an exciting line up of two Shakespearean classics, The Tragedy of Cymbeline and... [more]
18/01/2013 - 10/03/2013
One of my favourite parts of the festive season is the opportunity to enjoy houses beautifully decorated with Christ... [more]
01/12/2012 - 24/12/2012
Recently I've had the privilege of dining in two of Sydney's exquisite restaurants, strategically situated in the heart ... [more]
Sydney boasts some of the best summers in Australia, but we do get an occasional sweltering day when temperatures soar i... [more]
Have a long list of Christmas shopping to do but you just can't be bothered navigating the crowds and shops to find that... [more]
This annual festival, in the hip inner west suburb of Newtown, is back for 2012 - bigger and better than ever. With ... [more]
I've been on the hunt for a cafe that specializes in crepes and found the Crepe and Coffee Co to be exactly what I ... [more]
As part of the Crave Sydney International Food Festival, Ashfield Council presents the popular street festival event: ... [more]
The Clothing Exchange brings you the annual National Swap Day which is a clothes swapping event held all across Austra... [more]
The iconic Bondi beach, famous for its sand and surf, is one of Sydney's best attractions. On any given sunny day, y... [more]
This year, The Sunday Telegraph in conjunction with Burwood Council presents the biggest community event in the Inne... [more]
Frozen yoghurt or otherwise fondly known as froyo is the new ice cream. It is the talk of town and you'll find a froyo s... [more]
If you're a fan of Malaysian food and culture, Malaysia Festival or MFest is the event for you. If you have no idea ... [more]
The Mid-Autumn Festival celebrated by the Chinese falls on the 30th of September this year. Leading up to this day, ... [more]
We know that spring is knocking on the door when temperatures are soaring to the early twenties in middle of the day a... [more]
It is no secret that Ashfield is a diner's paradise most famous for Shanghainese cuisine. On any given night the streets... [more]
Sydney has been paving the way for Australia in hosting international brands especially with the newly developed Westfie... [more]
Have you ever wondered what it's like to roam the museum after dark when the lights are out and the huge crowds have dis... [more]
28/08/2012 - 30/10/2012
Wishing you were in the thick of the games right in the heart of London instead of here in the cold dreary reality of ... [more]
27/07/2012 - 12/08/2012
Mark your calendars for Sydney's annual vintage and retro event which will be held on Saturday 4th August from 10am to... [more]
04/08/2012 - 05/08/2012
I love that Sydney has a ton of wildlife attractions for animal lovers such as Taronga Zoo, Sydney Aquarium, wildlife pa... [more]
A scenic two hour drive north of Sydney will take you to Wollombi, a picturesque little town in the Hunter Valley region... [more]
Every year, Jeans for Genes Day is about making a stand and rallying together to support medical research for childh... [more]
Coogee beach baths on a beautiful winter's day.... [more]
A beautiful sunset captured from a secluded spot near Birkenhead Point.... [more]
Ladies, guys, kids, heads up! This is your chance to refresh and revamp your wardrobe! The Museum of Contemporary Arts... [more]
As soon as you step into the town centre of Cabramatta your senses are engaged and you feel transported back to Asia. Th... [more]
There is no better time to eat Japanese ramen than now when it is cold. When I crave a good ramen which is a Japanese no... [more]
Ever dreamt of flying a plane just for the fun of it? Always wanted to experience what it's like to be a jet fighter pil... [more]