‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER, SYDNEY DIARY Part 8 – SPORTS & EDUCATION SYDNEY STYLE’

DAY 19 (Tuesday 13th February 2018): RECOVERY COLLEGE WORKSHOP & OLYMPIC PARK I found this workshop very interesting, in particular seeing how the Australian mental health system works.  The people who I met were very friendly and I felt were on the same wavelength as myself. On the train up to the workshop, at the… Continue reading ‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER, SYDNEY DIARY Part 8 – SPORTS & EDUCATION SYDNEY STYLE’

‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER, Part 7: A Sydney Blue Monday’

PART SEVEN (January 2019) DAY 17 (Sunday 11th February 2018): MANLEY BEACH Whilst queuing for the ferry, I met a guy called ‘Bret’ who claimed to ex ‘Soccer Roo’.  Not quite sure if I believed him or not, but interesting none the less. Again, like other places I’d visited, Manley lived up to expectations and… Continue reading ‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER, Part 7: A Sydney Blue Monday’

‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER, SYDNEY DIARY, Part 6, Like Any Good Film, There’s A Sequel!’

DAY 14 (Thursday 8th February 2018): ‘SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE & OPERA HOUSE RE-VISITED. As my memory card decided to play ‘silly buggers’ I re-traced my steps in reverse order to photograph the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. DAY 15 (Friday 9th February 2018): ‘FRANK GHERY’S SYDNEY UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL BUILDING’,JUBILEE PARK & ANZAC BRIDGE RE-VISITED Like… Continue reading ‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER, SYDNEY DIARY, Part 6, Like Any Good Film, There’s A Sequel!’

‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER-SYDNEY DIARY, Part 5,

'HARBOUR & ANZAC BRIDGES, BONDI BEACH BUTTY' DAY 11 (Monday 5th February 2018) WALK OVER HARBOUR BRIDGE   Whilst en route walking round to the bridge, I discovered the Sydney Museum of Modern Art, which was a nice surprise.  There were some interesting exhibitions, lots of creative inspiration for me.   Again, like so many… Continue reading ‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER-SYDNEY DIARY, Part 5,

‘JARMIN GOES DOWN UNDER’ 2018 SYDNEY DIARY- Part 4, ‘Weekender’

DAY 9 (Saturday 3rd February 2018): SURREY HILLS, KINGS-CROSS & PADDINGTON.

My planned itinerary went to pot, The Jewish Museum was closed, and I couldn't find the entrance to the art school. So, there was nothing for it but to check out a few interesting shops in the area, lots of interesting products at interesting prices, but I didn’t make any interesting purchases!

DAY 10 (Sunday 4th February): FERRY TRIP

I decided to treat myself to some lunch on the Circular Quay - an expensive, but tasty, pizza and a couple of bottles of ‘Whale Ale’.

I took a ferry trip from Circular Quay up to the Olympic Park, but didn’t get off. There was some interesting modern architecture en route.