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A freelance writer, and amateur photographer Dora also teaches creative writing classes. She's creative in the kitchen too, and once owned a restaurant. Check out her website at

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My WeekendNotes - 128
One of these is a statue...the other is a pig.... [more]
For a week of cultural adventure, global exploration, diverse entertainment and family fun, you needn't look any further... [more]
30/10/2011 - 06/11/2011
It's not just world renowned chef Ken Hom who has gone out on a limb and described Sydney restaurant Din Tai Fung as the... [more]
When in Budapest, you'd be missing out on a unique and quirky experience if you didn't visit a ruin bar. They're all the... [more]
Rumour has it that the temperature in Melbourne plunged to a chilly minus10 degrees last night. But you wouldn't have no... [more]
There's nothing more delightful than the music of laughter and a musical comedy dinner show is about as delightful as it... [more]
If you’re going batty trying to come up with a fun family activity, then let me step up to the plate and pitch this exci... [more]
09/11/2012 - 11/11/2012
'Tis the season to be festive with a warm, guided evening tour of Manhattan's spectacular holiday season lights. You'll ... [more]
22/11/2012 - 30/12/2012
Hone your cycling skills and become a hero of the road with this motivating deal from Skyplay Sports. Take a six-week Le... [more]
I think the most amazing photo opportunities are from the top of the Empire State Building. 360 degree views of the who... [more]
There's always something going on in the streets and parks of Manhattan. Musicians spruik their amazing talents almost o... [more]
Taken with a superzoom lens from the Empire State Building. The Flatiron Building was at one time, Manhattan's first sky... [more]
Once upon a time, on a freezing winter afternoon, whilst strolling through Central Park, I stumbled on a beautiful castl... [more]
Whether you're a newcomer to New York City, or a seasoned resident, everyone should at least once visit the beautiful Lo... [more]
Each year I visit New York around Christmas time, and it never ceases to give me joy. The atmosphere is beyond anything ... [more]
'One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish…' You'll find all kinds of fish at Blue Fish restaurant, Darling Harbour. W... [more]
Even though some locals think of them as 'vermin', I always walk around New York with a bag of nuts in my pocket to feed... [more]
I'm always drawn to photographing art-deco buildings, and the Waldorf Astoria is a gorgeous example. Now located at 301 ... [more]
In my opinion, one of the most visually appealing buildings in the world - I can never get enough of staring at it. On c... [more]
Dating back to the 18th century, historic cobble stoned Washington Mews is now a private gated street between 5th Avenu... [more]
Since the 1860s, the magnificent art deco Bloomies has been one of Manhattan's most iconic and popular department stores... [more]
In the stylish fashion outlet All Saints in lower Manhattan, the walls are lined with hundreds of old restored sewing ma... [more]
Every Christmas, the major department stores in Manhattan compete against one another with the most breathtaking and ela... [more]
Snapped this gorgeous brownstone in lower Manhattan and a local passer-by informed me that it was the home of Sarah Jess... [more]
If you haven't heard of 'The Dog Whisperer' then you probably don't watch much TV, or don't have a dog. Maybe you're a c... [more]
17/11/2011 - 26/11/2011
Up close and personal with one of the most iconic parts of the New York skyline.... [more]
A must for all film buffs is the 2011 Brazil Film Festival. This annual event is taking place in the following capit... [more]
14/11/2011 - 21/11/2011
If you have to ask 'how much?' can't afford it.... [more]
Somehow, an arts festival brings out the often hidden 'appreciation of the arts' inside us, leaving us just a bit humble... [more]
02/09/2011 - 18/08/2011
Q Station Retreat is located on Manly's famous North Head, in the heart of Sydney Harbour National Park. This gorgeous 4... [more]
Manly is one of Australia's most popular tourist destinations. Considered the gateway to Sydney's beautiful Northern Bea... [more]
One of the most awe inspiring things you can do on a weekend is visit the Hunter Valley Gardens – one of the best kept s... [more]
If you've never been to the Ettalong Markets, you're missing a real treat and a fabulous day out. Ettalong is a quiet v... [more]
The 2nd annual Penrith Spring Home Show is on again at The Penrith Panthers Pavilion, on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th A... [more]
27/08/2011 - 28/08/2011
The perfect family getaway is located just 90 minutes from Sydney on the banks of the upper Hawkesbury River. The Junior... [more]
Juniors at the Junction is the latest addition to the 'Juniors' group of clubs. The recently re-vamped club now features... [more]
"Writing is an exploration. You start from nothing and learn as you go." E.L. Doctorow, American Author and Editor I... [more]
05/08/2011 - 07/08/2011
If you know anyone who suffers from Coeliac Disease or happen to be a sufferer yourself, the 7th annual Gluten Free Expo... [more]
26/08/2011 - 27/08/2011
It's the weekend that all avid gardeners look forward to with growing anticipation. The annual ABC Gardening Expo. at th... [more]
19/08/2011 - 21/08/2011
Circular Quay is one of the most spectacular areas of Sydney to dine, enjoy a coffee or a drink, or simply people watch.... [more]
Since 1958, WD-40 has been a household saviour and favourite multi-purpose problem solver for millions of people across ... [more]
There's nothing like an 18th century farce to make you sit upright in your seat and focus. The Servant of Two Masters ce... [more]
Everybody needs a break but if you're one of the many families who has a much-loved four legged member it can be a heart... [more]
The Aberdeen Highland Games, held annually on the first Saturday in July, is a much anticipated event for Scots and thei... [more]
You either love them or hate them, but if you're a chilli addict, then the 2011 Sawtell Chilli Festival will be hotter t... [more]
01/07/2011 - 02/07/2011
Market junkies rejoice. There's a brand new player in town. The Cumberland County Fair is Sydney's hottest new market to... [more]
The pretty village of Bundeena on the Cronulla Coast surrounded by the Royal National Park in Southern Sydney, is the lo... [more]
Have you always wanted to hit the road and take a few days or weeks off travelling around the country? Why not consider ... [more]
Everyone knows that New York is a wonderful city full of awesome things to see and do. However, it does have a reputatio... [more]
If a New York skyscraper makes you feel tiny, then try looking up at the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid from the pier be... [more]
Their motto is "Always open, always good news". That's the popular City Extra restaurant at Circular Quay. Perfectly loc... [more]
If you've ever heard a child's squeals of delight at a fete, festival or outdoor function, chances are there's a jumping... [more]
You either love jazz, or you don't. Jazz fans will go to great lengths to follow their musical passion. The Merimbula Ja... [more]
10/06/2011 - 13/06/2011
Fire up your dropsaw, sharpen up your angle grinder and get ready for Australia's premier woodworking show, the Timber &... [more]
17/06/2011 - 19/06/2011
If you're into Retro Nostalgia, and love the mid North Coast, then the Wintersun Festival 2011 at beautiful Port Macquar... [more]
03/06/2011 - 13/06/2011
Mathilda's Market showcases and sells beautiful handcrafted and limited production baby and kids goods. This market is ... [more]
New York is a city of pedestrians and amblers. This can make you thirsty, and if you spend a whole day walking, often st... [more]
Okay all you trivia buffs, it's time to put Australia at least into the top twenty smartest countries in the world. Acco... [more]
Without a doubt, staying in 5-star hotels is a luxury we all enjoy when travelling. Sydney is a top tourist destination,... [more]
They don't call it The City that never Sleeps for nothing. No matter if it's midnight on a Sunday, or 8 a.m. on Christma... [more]
From gritty to romantic, action packed to comedic, colossal to strange, there's no doubt that New York has covered a wid... [more]
Ever had a craving for something to eat at 4:00 am? New York is the place where you can get not just a hot dog and a pre... [more]
With a countless number of stores in a myriad sizes, shapes and styles, New York is a shopping mecca, far removed from t... [more]
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