#4 Sydneysider – Bondi to Coogee Walk

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Waverley to Bronte to Coogee to Bronte to Bondi to Waverley.  Absolutely exhausted, but after many years of wanting to do it, I finally did the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk; well to be pedantic Coogee to Bondi,  plus a wee bit more.  It’s a 6 km walk from Bondi to Coogee, the path hugging stunning cliffs and beaches, but according to Runkeeper I managed an impressive 15km. It was … Continue reading

#3 Sydneysider – The Manly Jazz Festival

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For this week’s “blogging at home” series, I decided to do a photo blog of the Manly Jazz Festival.   Jazz is not generally my cup of tea, but it was a glorious weekend and I usually stumble across some music palatable to my ears :o) And the best thing, it’s FREE!!!! Info: The Manly Jazz Festival is held every year on the October long weekend in Manly, Sydney.  The festival takes over the Corso and the ocean … Continue reading

Goofy Becky

A goofy snowboarder

The curse of a wandering soul, I have only been home a few weeks and I already have itchy feet.  I decide to satisfy my soul and head to the snow for a few days.  Yes, non-Aussies, you read correctly, the snow!!!!   During the Australian winter, up in the Snowy Mountains, they actually get snow down under.   It is the end of the season, but for a newbie like me … Continue reading

#2 Sydneysider – 9k Bridge Run

Sydney Bridge Run - a runners top

Sydney is such a great city to live in, I decided to share some of the cool things I do here as an expat and to give you some ideas if you ever find yourself wandering down under. Welcome to #2 in the “blogging at home” series. Yesterday, I joined 34,000 people who gave up their Sunday morning lie in, to instead lace up their trainers, as part of the … Continue reading

#1 Sydneysider – Manly to Spit Walk

Manly Scenic Walkway

Sydney is such a great city to live in, I decided to share some of the cool things I do here as an expat and to give you some ideas if you ever find yourself wandering down under.  This is #1, of hopefully many, in this “blogging at home” series.  On Thursday I did my favourite city walk in the whole wide world, the Manly to Spit walk, and I got to play with … Continue reading