Along with another season comes the chance to amp up your wardrobe with all kinds of new goodies. Since winter has just arrived, there are plenty of items I have on my lust list to add to my wardrobe. More specifically speaking, I have my eye on accessories. Continue reading
Sydney is a beautiful and happening city, with an abundance of brilliant things to see and do. So if you’ve got clients, friends or family visiting Sydney, it goes without saying they’ll be excited to see what amazing sights you’ll show them, as well as what wonderful cuisine you will treat them to. Why not impress them by taking them somewhere a little different whilst they’re here? Check out these five suggestions of awesome places to take clients in Sydney. Take a look!
1. Corporate Cruise In Sydney Harbour
Let your clients soak up the amazing sights of Sydney Harbour the best way possible – from a well-appointed, luxurious boat offering the best food and beverages combined with top level service. A corporate cruise is a fantastic way to impress clients, and ensure their time with you is a time they won’t easily forget.
2. Lunch Or Dinner At The Aquarium
Create a splash and give your clients a backdrop to remember as they dine alongside sharks or tropical fish, at Sydney Aquarium. The Aquarium caters for all sizes of corporate events, from the small and intimate to the large-scale. A wholly unique experience!
3. Try These Top Restaurants
Sydney is full of excellent eateries. The following are particularly recommended if you want to impress clients:
– Riley St Garage in Woolloomooloo is great value and also has a definitely element of “cool” to it. Serves fantastic oysters and an amazing pork knuckle. Presentation is top notch. You can opt for a tasting menu, which allows you to try a large variety of items from the menu.
– Morrison Oyster Bar in the CBD is perfect for a Friday evening meal in a rustic setting. Watch as Australia’s finest oysters are shucked-to-order. The rest of the menu is delicious, too.
– Cho Cho San, at Potts Point, brings Japanese Izakay to Sydney, and does it well. Offering a great atmosphere and award winning décor, this acclaimed restaurant’s dishes are best enjoyed shared.
– The Lemon Tree in the heart of Sydney’s business district, Australia Square, offers a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere and great southern Italian food. Tip: the tiramisu is DIVINE.
4. Dinner In The Sky
As long as none of your clients are terrified of heights, “Dinner In The Sky” is a unique experience they’ll be sure to be talking about for ages! Your dinner table seats up to 22 people – but it’s suspended 50 metres above the ground. There are many possible locations your dinner in the sky can be served from, all offering stunning views. You are of course, safely secured into your comfy seat by a four point strap system. Seats are even able to rotate 180 degrees!
5. Australian National Maritime Museum
This Sydney museum offers 11 different venues for you to choose from for your business event. These include 7 “absolute waterfront” locations as well as two historic vessels upon which you can hold your corporate function. Your guests will be blown away by the history and heritage one of these venues provides, as well as of course, be mesmerised by the stunning views.
Source: Sydney Princess Cruises.
And so, it’s here… ANOTHER YEAR! Seemingly overnight, October-November-December became January, and then January became February, so before June becomes July-August-September (and you know it will!), I thought I’d press ‘pause’ on 2016, and remember the eventful twelve months that was 2015… Continue reading
Every year I think to myself “well, NOTHING is going to top the craziness that has been the past 12 months…” (in 2012, I bounced between England, Ireland, Nepal and Scotland, and moved from Australia to New Zealand. In 2013, I fell pregnant. In 2014, I shifted from one end of New Zealand to the other, gave birth to a beautiful wee girl, and enrolled at university. In 2015, I re-located again, purchased a property, and met the most wonderful fellow – at my workplace of all places! – imaginable, Casey), and yet, without fail, every single year seems to be more eventful than the previous one. Continue reading
Stuff recently published a list of admissions from personal finance experts and bloggers about the most bizarre things that they’d ever done to save money, and while some of them were a little too batty even for me (hanging around at a discount furniture store for free food? Really?!), I’m sure some people would wrinkle their nose up at my own confessions! Take, for example, those times I… Continue reading
Finding a product that’s affordable – yet effective – is ALWAYS the aim of my spending game, so when I spotted Lipidol’s ‘Overnight Face Oil’ and its purse-pleasing price tag ($9.95!), I couldn’t resist reviewing it! Continue reading
Making: I’ve been totally getting my bake on lately, and it has been BRILLIANT. (And delicious!)
Cooking: Not tonight! I’m heading off to my grandmother’s for roasted salmon, fiddle-dee-dee! Drinking: Raspberry cordial and diet lemonade with about 1,2636363636 ice cubes in it.
Reading: Zip. Zilch. And to be honest, having JUST (finally) completed my first year as a university student, I intend to keep it that way; I’ve had more than my fair share of reading material this semester, and am so happy to not have to have my head buried in textbooks for a while!
In even the crummiest of situations, there’s usually a silver lining. Sometimes we might have to dig deep (like, Pacific Ocean-deep!) to find it, while others it might be as simple as taking a breath, inspecting the above image (isn’t it excellent?!), and thinking about what good fortune our “problems” might be masquerading as. Continue reading