Three reason to pack your bags to Sydney

April 26, 2012  //  Posted by: cooldude  //  Category: Oceania

Sydney travelSydney is a very beautiful and exciting place to be. The place is filled with great sites and activities. You should not miss Sydney’s Manly Ferry. Book your ferry from the Circular Quay so that you can have a good view of Sydney’s Opera House and also the Harbor Bridge of Sidney. You can also take a walk in the ‘Corso’ and reach the Shelly Beach. Apart from the great beaches of Sydney, there is great nightlife in the city with stylish pubs and bars that will make sure you have a good.

The wildlife of this place is phenomenal. You will be amazed to see the range of animals that the zoos and sanctuaries of Sydney can offer. The city life is amazing in this capital city. The shopping destinations will surely hook you if you are a shopaholic. There are a number of good restaurants in the city and the beaches would offer some of the best sea foods in the world.

Discover Heaven in New Zealand

September 20, 2010  //  Posted by: admin  //  Category: Oceania

Positioned in the Southern Hemisphere, New Zealand is located just to the east of Australia. New Zealand holds the pride of having plants and animals that are only found here and nowhere in the world. The people of New Zealand are called ‘kiwis’. The name comes from their national bird called Kiwi. Christianity is the main religion of this land. The place is also compared with heaven because of its detachment from wars. It maintains its peaceful dignity by not involving in any nuclear production or nuclear power use.

New Zealand is a very attractive country. Huge areas of landscape, which include beaches, forests, mountain peaks, pastures and waters bodies of every kind makes the nation beautiful. Bungee jumping, biking, white water rafting, golfing, swimming, hiking and many more are the sports that the people of the state enjoy. The most liked team game of New Zealand is rugby. Cricket is another game which is played at the international level by the Kiwis.