A freelance media job ? Join Rachel’s List

Ever wanted to establish a career in writing and media as a freelancer in Australia? Then you must log on to www.rachelslist.com.au Founded by an experienced freelance journalist and media professional Rachel Smith, the website brings you job openings that you wouldn’t find on other job portals. With leading publications and media houses looking for pre-vetted

Best picks for Sydney Harbour New Years cruise

New Years is just four months away and folks I know have begun scouring the best deals for New Years eve cruises. The Sydney Harbour fireworks are world renowned with many tourists both local and international flocking to the city to watch this spectacle. You have got to watch the fireworks aboard a cruise at least

Chatkaaz: Mumbai’s street food haven in Sydney

Ever craved for authentic Mumbai style street food? Chatkaaz in Harris Park is perfect for those wanting to satiate their taste buds. The no frills restaurant has been popular amongst the Indian community in Sydney for many years. When I moved to Sydney my friends told me about the chole bhatura [chickpea flour curry served with crisp

Inside InAsia, Inner West’s Asian fusion restaurant

Sydney siders love Asian cuisine. Pick any suburb of Sydney, spotting an Asian restaurant is inevitable  whether its Malaysian, Thai, Vietnamese, Japanes, Indian….there’s delectable fare available like laksa, sushi, stir fry, noodle broth styles or butter chicken with naan. This post is about my recent dining experience at InAsia restaurant in Concord, Inner West of Sydney. This

Dry-go: one minute clothes dryer

Enthusiastic travellers are always on the look out for cool travel gadgets and here’s one that’s an absolute keeper. Dry~go is a sleek compact clothes dryer that will fit easily in your backpack or any luggage.   Invented by former lawyer turned entrepreneur Matthew Cory, Dry~go’s final design is still being finalised. In a quick