Category Archives: Dry July

Sober Karaoke in Sydney CBD

The name says it all.  You would think that sober is to karaoke as chalk is to cheese.  But nothing stops the GoDo crew, not even 31 days off the grog for Dry July.  Our mate Murray from the Karaoke … Continue reading

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GoDo attends 2012 Dry July Media Launch

Today Dry July 2012 was launched at the Establishment in George Street, Sydney, hosted by the patron of Dry July Adam Spencer.  Aisling, GoDo’s front end developer and Dry July 2011 poster child for the team, PR manager Gemma and … Continue reading

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In vino veritas (The dry version)

So here it was. The Hunter Valley Scenic Wine Tasting Tour. Without the tasting. So, The Hunter Valley Scenic Wine Teasing Tour. We were under 48 hours to August. So close. So tantalisingly close. And yet… I was joined today … Continue reading

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A day among the Hunter vines (The pickled version)

I thought it was cruel, although secretly I had hoped that someone would suggest it. Ais’s month-long activities bender in lieu of a pint or two was set to be the adventure of a lifetime, and she’d be having too … Continue reading

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An American Icon in Sydney

Harley Davidson. Two words that evoke images of dusty highways across desert country, hirsute vagabonds in weathered leather jackets, rough and ready bars with Budweiser on tap. Harley Davidson. Two words that evoke a sense of freedom, adventure, nonconformist rebellion, … Continue reading

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“It’s a party wave and everybody is invited!”

Ambrose Bierce summed up our fascination with the ocean like this “Ocean:  A body of water occupying two-thirds of a world made for man – who has no gills.” With this in mind it’s not difficult to understand the appeal … Continue reading

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Terminal velocity

Yesterday, I arrived in Wollongong under a moody sky.  The sun was struggling to break up the dark clouds that hung low over the mountains, barely succeeding, a glimpse of blue sky here and there the only evidence of the … Continue reading

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