Friday, January 1, 2010

Ok now, I am a little more recovered from last night :P Here is a video from my New Year Eve as transmitted by Sydney.com

My point for view allowed me to capture even more scenery as I was in front of one firework launcher, having an awesome view of the harbour bridge; no music though (which I have to do some research to find out if is only provided at the Opera House or if there are other places where we can listen it as the show plays).

I love Australia even more now and being sincere with you, everyone at least once in a lifetime should spend new year eve here, in Sydney.



Sydney’s video of New Year Eve 2009 - New Year Day 2010.

Event’s down side.

I just have three comments here:
First, I have no idea if is the combination of visitors, drinking and excitement... But at the very end, the park was a total mess, rubbish everywhere and to be honest... There were three or four couple at least that took its rubbish with him to dispose it where authorities wanted to (one of them were us). That is not cool people... that’s why they wanted to charge $30 each when some regulations for this show came out, but then was dropped due to several claims.

Second, No music. We were in a remarked spot by Sydney events as shown in the website. We had public order, public restrooms, fireworks right in front of us, but no music at all. I have no idea if the firework vessels can carry some huge speakers or announce to the people to bring a radio and tune a channel to hear it.

Final thought, public transportation. I know it is supposed for us to abandon the park right away the ending of the show to found 12 buses waiting for us... But it took us 1 hour and 45 minutes to abandon the park, and we had to walk near 3 kilometres (1.8 miles) to reach a bus. At 2am in the morning, being there since 10am day before, crowded with stuff for the day camping... the walking is hard. But this is a good way to start the new year with a little of fitness.

3 Comments:

Mary Elizabeth said...

Happy New Year!

I wish you all the best all year long, this is a great country and dreams can be fulfill thanks to god and your willingness.

Hugs to you and Kathy
Mary & Gerson

Rod said...

Thank you Mary :)
I also hope you great things in the upcoming days. I know 2010 will be a ground shaking year for all of us.

Hugs to you as well.

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