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cee-beretta:

These photos were taken while on a recent trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens. We took a stroll through the garden and made a stop at the Rose Palace. There we spoke about “Nature” and how gardens are not natural in essence but depict an edenistic view of what human beings believe “Nature” to be. For more information click on the link http://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/welcome/royal_botanic_garden/gardens_and_domain/feature_gardens#ros

    cee-beretta:

    These photos were taken while on a recent trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens. We took a stroll through the garden and made a stop at the Rose Palace. There we spoke about “Nature” and how gardens are not natural in essence but depict an edenistic view of what human beings believe “Nature” to be. For more information click on the link http://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/welcome/royal_botanic_garden/gardens_and_domain/feature_gardens#ros

    Posted on Tuesday, September 17th 2013

    Reblogged from Sydney & I

    gdaygabbi:

    Sydney Harbor Cruise

    Finally photos from the amazing cruise that happened the first day we were here! Absolutely stunning views. Believe it or not, the ocean front neighborhoods were considered undesirable until just a few years ago. Now, it’s home to the rich and famous but before it was all affordable to the average Joe! 

    Posted on Thursday, September 12th 2013

    Reblogged from Gabbi in Sydney: The Never Ending Summer

    jessicainsydney:

    Darling Harbour is probably my favorite place to escape to in Sydney.

    Sometimes it’s crowded with tourists, but on a sunny day like this past Saturday, I couldn’t resist taking my camera and just exploring the area again. It’s so close to Urbanest, too, which makes me regret not taking a book out there and just enjoying the sunshine every weekend that I’ve been here. 

    These were some of my best pictures from the afternoon. My ankle started to hurt and I didn’t want to push it my last few days here, so I trekked back to Urbanest earlier than I would have liked. But if weather’s nice again tomorrow, I’ll make my way out there again before I stop at the Opera House once more!

    Posted on Sunday, May 26th 2013

    Reblogged from It's Summer Down Under!

    


scienceandsydney:

17 May 2013Newtown, Sydney
On Friday, I paid a small visit to the Doctor Who pop-up shop in Newtown. I bought some Doctor Who related memorabilia for my friends back home, as well as a small something for myself. There are still a few things that I need to get from here, so I will definitely be paying another visit.
To the future NYUSydney students, or any student studying abroad in Sydney: Go to Newtown. As I was walking to the shop, I saw so many really cool places. Many more of the restaurants were vegan/veggie friendly (though I have no idea of the price since I didn’t get a chance to stop and look at the menu), there were more cafes and bookshops and other stores like it, and it altogether just has a really nice vibe to it. You can choose to take public transport there, if you wish, but the beginnings of the area itself isn’t that far of a walk from the Urbanest.

    scienceandsydney:

    17 May 2013
    Newtown, Sydney

    On Friday, I paid a small visit to the Doctor Who pop-up shop in Newtown. I bought some Doctor Who related memorabilia for my friends back home, as well as a small something for myself. There are still a few things that I need to get from here, so I will definitely be paying another visit.

    To the future NYUSydney students, or any student studying abroad in Sydney: Go to Newtown. As I was walking to the shop, I saw so many really cool places. Many more of the restaurants were vegan/veggie friendly (though I have no idea of the price since I didn’t get a chance to stop and look at the menu), there were more cafes and bookshops and other stores like it, and it altogether just has a really nice vibe to it. You can choose to take public transport there, if you wish, but the beginnings of the area itself isn’t that far of a walk from the Urbanest.

    Posted on Sunday, May 19th 2013

    Reblogged from Science and Sydney