Crave Sydney International Food Festival

October 6, 2010 at 5:38 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Crave Sydney is a festival that celebrates the cultural and culinary diversity of Sydney. It is a celebration of the lifestyle and attitude that are unique to Sydney and its people! It is a celebration of their yearning for life and its joys, their indulgence and fulfilment!

The festival presents a range of events related to food – from hands on cooking classes by experts to cooking demos by internationally acclaimed chefs, from street food markets to food extravaganzas, from exciting recipes of the west to exotic fares of the east, from wine and spirits to coffee and tea, from kids’ kitchen explorations to chefs’ culinary expeditions….and so on and so forth!

However, Crave Sydney is not just about food but about a lot of fun and frolic too!  One could go island hopping and explore the wonders of Shark Island, Clark Island and Goat Island! If you are game, you could participate in a football-themed breakfast on Sydney Harbour Bridge! Or you could just gobble up oodles of fun in the Night Noodle Market!

For the ones who enjoy the finer things in life, Sydney Harbour is the place to head for! Enjoy a stylish lunch on Magistic Cruises and be fascinated by the amazing views of the harbour! Or board a sophisticated dinner cruise and fall under the spell of the glittering harbour lights! Give in to the seafood sensations that are special to Sydney!

Music and magic, food and fun – could you think of a more heady combination? You can enjoy all of this along with some scintillating live cabaret on Sydney Showboat while you cruise past the spectacular views of the harbour!

Enjoy the Crave while it lasts – and that’s throughout October!

Father’s Day Lunch Cruise

August 19, 2010 at 9:52 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Wallets and watches, thongs and slip-ons, wine and beer packs, cuff links and deo sprays, golf balls and T-shirts……..

The list for Father’s Day gift ideas has been always long and always the same or similar. Surely, Dad deserves something that’s not just the best but special too!

Spend some time with him to share your thoughts or just to reminisce your childhood days!

Have lunch with him in a special place – they say the way to a man’s heart is through his belly and that’s most true for Dads!

Take him for a day out! Make Father’s Day special and memorable for him! Show him how much you love and care for him!

Take him on a sophisticated lunch cruise around Sydney Harbour and make all of the above possible, what with the delightful buffet spread, the harbour views and an entertaining magician on board!

As we all know, finally, it is all about making him feel you have done him proud!

Diwali Dinner Cruise on Sydney Harbour

August 16, 2010 at 11:17 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights, is celebrated by Indians all over the world with their non-Indian friends often joining them in the celebrations!

The term Diwali means “array of lights.” On Diwali day, the houses and the walls and the streets are decorated by “diyas,” the tear-shaped clay lamps decorated with ethnic Indian designs. The beauty and the positive energy created by these rows of lights attract one and all to the festivities!

Diwali is a festival of fun, food, and frolic! People are bedecked in the best of their finery and they exchange sweets in a show of love and brotherhood and camaraderie! And, of course, no Indian celebration is complete without firecrackers!

In Sydney, the harbour is lit up every night with an unending array of city lights, the lights on the magnificent Sydney icons and the famous landmarks, and the lights around Darling Harbour, Circular Quay and the various other hubs around the harbour! Undoubtedly, this is the ideal location for the experience of a Diwali in Sydney!

Ideally, board a Diwali Dinner Cruise that is decorated with candles and special lights and glide past the sparkling lights of the Sydney Harbour! Enjoy a truly Indian Diwali dinner! And dance to Bollywood music!

Celebrate a memorable Diwali away from home!

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