The night Noodle Markets held annually in Hyde Park north, sponsored by the Sydney Morning Herald as part of its Good Food month, is one of the most popular culinary events in the Foodies calendar.
A balmy night, a live band, fairy lights and a full palate of Asian foods proved an irresistible draw to the huge crowds raging from hipsters to families. In fact, on the weekend that I attended it was too popular as everywhere there were large queues with a waiting time of up to half an hour.
The festival runs until October 23 and I would suggest if you are interested that you go during the week as weekends too congested.
Now that you are ready to decorate your home and hang up some art work, here are some tips to help you decide what to buy.
This is an opportunity for you to brighten up your home and give it your unique character. When deciding which prints to choose, you should consider where you propose to hang them to give each room character and style.
The Living Room:
This is the heart and soul of your home and the room most frequented by your friends and family. The art prints can be conversation pieces, reflect your personality or some aspect of your past life, like travel or hobbies, or just be like wall-paper to cover blank spaces on the walls. The choice is yours. There is a vast variety of artwork to choose from, ie abstract or realistic, travel scenes of faraway places, sporting scenes with sailing boats or seascapes suggesting action and vitality.
If you are an aurilophile (cat lover) and like good coffee this is the place for you .Cat people of the world
Catsmosphere is a sci-fi concept café global franchise that combines cats and coffee. Brilliant. Their mission: to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no feline has gone before .The latest branch has just landed in Sydney opening on July 25. It is very conveniently located in Foveaux Street near Central Station and is next to Fish Place café ( most appropriate ).