Search

Money for Martinis

We don't want you to miss out.

Tag

Outdoors

Top ten culture kicks!

Hi culture creatures ,

Are you ready to rumble?
Started Thursday!
Fresh Batch exhibition at Platform 72:
Friday!
Cabinet of curiosities at World bar. A curated collection of performance, art and science oddities:
The Ladies Network – a group of seven women who celebrate the work of women in the creative industry – is hosting The Ladies Exhibition #3 at AMbush Gallery for five days. Thirty artists will present their talent as well as zines and music.
Saturday!
Ragga muffin ones. Reggae Carnival Market at Pittwater:
Get your party pantaloons on for PREY, it’s going to be gay gay YAY!!
Electro Swing night in Sydney on Saturday:
Sunday!
Grab your rug rats and take them to the new Kids bike track at Sydney park:
Or go to the Red Bull Billy Cart is an event in which amateur drivers and their fearless team of three build and race homemade billy cart vehicles. Each handmade machine is fuelled by nothing but sheer courage, the force of gravity and perhaps a little Red Bull.  Yeah boy!
Don’t want to venture out? Then stay at home and turn your animal into a dinosaur:
Love this city,
MFM x
@getfunkt snapping in Newtown.
@getfunkt snapping in Newtown.
 
Advertisements

Take me to Spice Alley!

Has anyone taken their tails for a trot to see the renovated townhouses in Kensington Street yet? We love it!

They’ve been given a yummy lick of paint and we dig the new residents. Fancy a coffee while you wait for your flowers to be arranged? No sweat! Have a rumbling tummy? Not for long you won’t! Take a sneaky turn down an alley and you will be transported out of Sydney to what feels like a Hawkers Corner in little Asia.

If you weren’t curious you’d miss it. Such a lovely little nook offering sensational and cheap fare. We love the details, the street art with a splash of colour being injected from the yellow and red lanterns swaying in the breeze above. Once you look up, you witness the wonderful juxtaposition of the modern architecture in Central Park and the terraces on Kensington Street. Nicely done, people, nicely done.

Bellies need not despair. Between the two of us we blew a cool thirty and waddled out with swelling bellies and thoughts of wanderlust wanting to go to Spain for a siesta. Chippendale Precinct, you da best!

Spice_Alley, Chippendale, CCP
Spice_Alley, Chippendale, CCP

On your bike!

Give the 4 wheeler a swift bumsteer and opt for the 2-wheeled kind. Not only are you hugging the planet, you’re giving your heart one too.

The Sydney Rides Festival commences this Saturday and we think it’s a wheelie great way to kick start your tyred heart and get into a new routine.

There are 21 days of fantastic activities beginning at Sydney Park. For the early bird yoga bunnies there are morning sessions or opt to embrace your inner BMX bandit Nicole Kidman stylee in the BMX arena. There’s a super-cross track, mountain boarding, an edible garden, parkour workshops, rock climbing wall, the Taronga zoo-mobile and food stalls.

Throughout the rest of the festival there are Sydney suit rides, National Ride2work day, pop up bars, movie nights, and more. And there’s a party on the final night in the heart of the city too. It’s gearing up to be a goodie!

On a side note, let’s face it, Sydney’s CBD is about to be on the feral side. With the closures on George Street looming, we think this is going to be a more desirable way to get your tails to work quicker, cleaner and healthier. It’s a win, win all round.

So rimember to borrow a bike or dust yours off, spokey dokey it up, bling it with a bell, tie on some streamers and get involved! Toot toot!

Dad jokes aside it’s gearing up to be a forking spoketacular event. [okay I’ll stop now as you can’t handle it!!!].

More info here:
http://www.sydneycycleways.net/events/categories/sydney-rides-festival/

Bike love. Insta-cred: @getfunkt
Bike love. Insta-cred: @getfunkt

 

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑