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  • Merry Christmas
    on Dec 25, 2008 in General Lazyshark blog
    We wish all our members and business partners a very happy christmas from the team at Lazyshark. Hope you get the presents you asked for from santa!
  • Lazyshark 2 today!
    on Dec 24, 2008 in General Lazyshark blog
    Happy 2nd Birthday to Lazyshark It has been another great year for the team at Lazyshark. We continue to provide all our members and visitors with the best backpacker information on Australia and New Zealand. We hope you are finding the site useful a...
  • The Great Red CentreWhen you think of the Australian outback you visualise kangaroos, red earth and baking under the hot sun. The sheer scale of the desert is overwhelming but for a long time has been a strong pull for travellers. So what to see? Depending upon your bu...
  • Crazy Sporting Events
    on Dec 17, 2008 in General Lazyshark blog
    Took part in the 5km Santa Dash in Brighton at the weekend. 500 people all dressed as Santa Claus  converged at an ungodly hour in the morning on Brighton promenade. The weather was foul – rain falling so hard it stung your face and wind so strong...
  • Knowing your Chardonnay from your white Burgundy…?!
    on Dec 7, 2008 in General Lazyshark blog
      Just returned from a friend’s wedding (Congratulations Tim and Kim!) where we consumed plenty of Australian red and white wine. This got me thinking about the merits of Aussie wine and how all us Brits should be thankful to their wine produc.
  • Cairns  A common stop over on the well trodden East Coast backpacker trail there is more to Cairns than initially meets the eye. When you first arrive it seems small, ugly and beachless – and it is! But a few evenings out at some of its legendary ni.
  • Terrorist attacks in Mumbai
    on Nov 30, 2008 in General Lazyshark blog
      We have all been shocked and appalled at the recent events in Mumbai.   Media coverage has largely focused on the tragic events at the luxurious Taj Mahal Palace and Oberoi hotels. However what has been less well publicised is the indi
  • New Zealand – The perfect honeymoon destination?
    on Nov 27, 2008 in General Lazyshark blog
      Just caught up for a few drinks with some friends who just got back from their honeymoon in New Zealand. You can see why they chose NZ. Every landscape looks like a film set, there are top class wines to sample at fantastic vineyards and numer.
  • The Invincible Kangaroos – not!
    on Nov 23, 2008 in General Lazyshark blog
      So the Aussies came up short to the Kiwis in the Rugby World Cup final this weekend in one of the biggest upsets in sport for some time. It is unlike the Aussies to freeze on the biggest sporting stage and even worse in front of their own fana.
  • Humiliation at Twickenham
    on Nov 17, 2008 in General Lazyshark blog
      Was at Twickenham on Saturday to see Johnno’s England get taken to the cleaners. Well the unbeaten run against the Aussies couldn’t last forever…The Aussie fans were gleefully rubbing in the victory at the final whistle with choruses of..
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