Sydney Harbour Earth Hour Cruise

March 4, 2010 at 7:59 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Night or day or the Earth Hour – Sydney Harbour simply takes your breath away!

Sydney Harbour – the harbour that attracts the most number of visitors in the world – is known for its breathtaking beauty during the day and its spectacular views during the night!

The daytime presents the harbour with a clear blue sky and crystal blue-green waters. There are yachts and ferries scattered all around and there are catamarans and paddlewheelers cruising gracefully.  There are colourful jet boats cutting across the waters making pretty lines of waves and ripples.

As the night falls, the harbour is a picture of glittering lights – the lights of the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Luna Park, the Fort Denison and all the other magnificent landmarks of the harbour. All this canopied by a starry night is a wonderful eyeful, to say the least!

Sydney Festival

January 22, 2010 at 10:55 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments
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Come January, the city of Sydney is alive and vibrant with an array of artistic and cultural performances. Art, music and dance lovers of Sydney thrill to the performances of stars and celebrities from all over the world. The festival is so famous that international tourists visit the city in multitudes during this period.

This year has been no exception. The second week of January saw the atmosphere in and around Sydney Opera House charged with the passion of Brazilian dance and music as Bale de Rua presented to Sydney the magical combination of amazing dance movements, reverberating percussion and arousing festival

The mesmerising and powerful voice of the one and only Al Green and the message of his music transported his fans to a world of love and happiness, evoking delightful pangs of nostalgia!

On the 16th of January, the hearts of the crowds that overflew the Parramatta Park were throbbing in rhythm to the music of the Slumdog Millionaire fame, A. R. Rahman. His music had both Western and Eastern flavours that were devoured by the visitors who came from both parts of the world!

Sydney thrills to the breathtaking performances of great performers from different fields of art and culture during the summer month of January which is generally a month of holiday, fun and relaxation.

The festival stretches across almost the entire month, from January 9th to the 30th. So those who have missed out on the opening notes of the Sydney Festival can still join in on the closing refrains!

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