No I'm not misspelling apparently that’s how you formally call Sydney inhabitants, the most populous city in Australia, established in 1788 as a penal colony. A place with mild winters and warm summers, with amazing beaches, and a cosmopolitan vibe.
|Sydney Opera House|
Things not to miss are, the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, have a stroll at the great coastal walk, enjoying sunbathing in any of the amazing beaches or take a surf lesson in the iconic Bondi Beach, have breakfast in any of the cafes around town, go for drinks in Surry Hills, go take a panoramic picture at the AMP tower also known as Sydney Tower, spend a lazy day walking around Hyde Park and the Royal Botanic Garden, eating and drinking in The Rocks to enjoy 19th century warehouse converted into posh restaurants.
|A local playing Didgeridoo|
I had a great time there, and my friend Gian was a superb host and tour guide.
Yesterday was Father's day I couldn't but remember the Seinfeld episode “The English Patient”
Izzy: What are you doing here?
Jerry: Mr Mandelbaum, I just wanted to come by and tell you how sorry I was that you hurt yourself
Izzy: What the hell is that?
Izzy: That shirt. You think that you are the number one dad?
Morty: This was a gift from my son
Izzy: Oh, I see how it works now. He knocks me out to commission, so you can strut around in your fancy number one shirt. Well, I'll show you who's number one
Jerry: Mr Mandelbaum, please
Izzy: It's go time... Ahh, My back. I can't move
Morty: Call an ambulance
Jerry: I think I saw one a couple doors down