Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Sydney is a modern city but many of its traditional values remain, including some of the best restaurants in the world all of which have been around for 20 years or so. Master chef Tetsuya has now moved into new beautiful premises and is still cooking up incredible contemporary Japanese seafood. Loving Sydney
Let the love flow at Clareville Kiosk Dining Remembering the past in images
August is a month peppered with swims at the Iceberg, slow dinners at Dial's or June's. Three weddings to celebrate on a certain busy weekends, but slow enough to drive from Revesby to Manly but stop halfway at Coogee to watch the whales, mother and the baby play 75 meters from the sand where Mal's eyes could not get enough of the scene. Amazing to watch them from our balcony during the week spraying salt water in the distance yet ... soo soooo close. It makes the routine dictated by lecturer who calls herself a bitch at work rather bearable ... The month is filled with great movies - The Square - as good as Lantana; The Bank Job - almost as good as smuggling inside Cold River; the Married Life, the Edge of Love; The Visitor - Amerika can do sensitive movies these days.