Coffee drinker, photo lover, nomadic traveler since 2006. Found at www.ottsworld.com
So much of Sydney culture is centered around the water. The famous opera house perched out on the waterfront, the Harbour Bridge, ferries, beaches, surfing and more. I decided I needed to explore the water culture further. The best way to do that is to get out on the harbor. And instead of simply floating along drinking champagne like most tour options offer, I was looking for a real experience. That’s how I ended up as part of a racing team on an America’s Cup-class sailboat!
It was a Friday night when I met my tour group in the lobby of the Met, Michelle was easy to spot, her canvas tote bag that read “Museums are F*%#cking Awesome” was a dead giveaway. It put a smile on my face as I thought about how museums normally made me feel slightly uncomfortable, like I don’t belong, but I could tell tonight that wouldn’t be the case.
When I see street art, I tend to vacillate between awe at the large works on the sides of buildings and disgust at what seems to me the senseless tagging on residential buildings and doors. But this tour made me see if differently.
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