Not many people know this but Sydney was almost named Albion but was switched at the last minute to be named after the British lord Sydney. Welcome to the Adam Kaupert Sydney Australia travel blog reporting to you from Australia’s largest city, Sydney. Home of the famed opera house which is one of the most photographed structures of all time. There are over 4 and a half million people here doing all manner of business which accounts for a quarter of Australia’s economy. Cruise on over to this site for more information on Sydney travel:
Sydney has a large and diverse population. You will find Asia and Europe along with many other parts of the world represented in the makeup of Sydney residents. Over a quarter of the population here was born in a country other than Australia. This multicultural diversity is represented in all walks of life from the food to the music and even the sense of humor shared by many folks in Sydney.
Adam Kaupert pays a visit to the famed Sydney Opera House
While the Sydney harbor bridge is a marvel, its construction was a long and harrowing effort. Tens of workers perished during the project and it went 10 times over budget. However when you are here and see the Opera house and the bridge you’ll understand why it was all worth it.Between the opera house and the Harbor, Sydney Australia is one of the most aesthetically pleasing cities in the world. This is an Adam Kaupert travel blog approved Sydney traveler website that you may find will enhance your travelling experience:
If you’ve seenthe harbor and opera house and have whet your appetite for more great Australian architecture then I suggest checking out Albion Street where there are dozens of historical sites and classic Australian architecture to take in.
‘Adam Kaupert stays at the Meriton Suites World Tower
Ask anyone and they will tell you that the Meriton Suites world Tower is the premier Hotel in Sydney. The rooms at the Meriton Suites were huge, much bigger than the average room. The Hotel is in Sydney’s tallest residential tower with 77 floors and a view of the Harbor that is simply magnificent. It is easy to see how the Meriton suites earned its five star rating. No expense was spared in preparing my room. Everything was perfect and all my needs were catered too promptly by the award winning staff who was incredibly helpful. Do not miss this helpful Sydney travel blog:
The Meriton Suites Sydney definitely earned high marks from the Adam Kaupert travel blog and they are always looking for ways to improve guest experience here. I will be back next time I visit Sydney.
Meriton Suites World Tower
95 Liverpool St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
61 2 8263 7500
After Melbourne I wasn’t sure how much better Australia could get but sure enough, Sydney matched Melbourne’s distinct vibe with its own style. Australia has always been good to the Adam Kaupert travel blog and we can’t wait to be back. Until Next time, Happy travels!
Did you know that Busan is known as Korea’s San Francisco? It has a large port and the hills and seaside setting make the parallels easy to see. I have visited Korea many times but it has always been Seoul for the Adam Kaupert travel blog tur of major Asian cities a few years back or business but I have never been to Busan. For more Busan travel info here is a great resource:
I was glad when this year’s Adam Kaupert travel blog itinerary brought me here for a visit and to get to know Busan Korea. It is the second biggest city in Korea and is home to the country’s largest port.
Adam Kaupert chills out at Haeundae Beach
Busan is a little tricky to navigate for the uninitiated but a great way to get accustomed to the city is by taking a bus tour. Not only does it allow you to get a sense of where you are but it makes stops at some of the most popular attractionsmany of which admission is included in the bus tour cost. The tours begin not far from the main Busan Train Station. Mosey on over to this Adam Kaupert travel blog approved link for moreinfo on travelling in and navigating Busan, Korea the Adam Kaupert scam production way:
The Busan bus tour will take you all over but after checking out some views I got off at the popular Haeundae Beach. I had picked up some items from the grocery and was excited to just blend in and watch Busan folks go about their everyday business. I’ve found a nice seat on a bench in a park can be a great place to really get to know the place you are travelling in. There are some really nice hotels on the boardwalk here and at night they transform into glitzy nightspots where the young and wealthy come out to play and dance. I met some locals in a club who told me excitedly that the boardwalk club scene was rapidly expanding which is good for revelers and visitors alike. Here’s a cool Busan travel blog with more information on Busan nightlife:
Adam Kaupert book reserves a room at the Park Hyatt Busan
The Adam Kaupert travel blog has found Hyatts to be one of the most consistent of all the luxury hotel chains. My stay at the Park Hyatt Busan only reinforced this belief. The design of the hotel is super innovative and worth visiting to see it even if you’re not staying, but why come all the way and not take in all the top notch exquisite amenities and services offered at the Park Hyatt Busan? The food is great and perhaps the best part is the Lumi Spa where guests and weary travelers can receive a full range of spa treatments including body treatments and the best skincare and body products so you can really pamper yourself. The location is great as well. Staying here you find yourself in the very heart of the bustling entertainment district and the largest convention center in the city.
Park Hyatt Busan
51 Marine city 1-ro, U-dong, Haeundae, Busan, South Korea
Busan was unexpected but I ended up learning a lot about the constantly changing culture here in my time spent at the park and carousing the bars with locals. China has seen unprecedented growth in recent years, and much more to come. Something tells me The Adam Kaupert travel Blog will be back soon. Until then, ciao for now!
Did you know that Nairobi is known as the “Green City in the Sun”? Kenya’s Capital has the tenth biggest population of any city in Africa with a population of nearly 3 and a half million people and growing it was overdue for a visit from the Adam Kaupert travel blog.Nairobi stands as a major African cultural and financial hub. The financial and securities exchange in Nairobi is one of the oldest and busiest in Africa. Browse this Nairobi travel blog for more great Nairobi travel ideas:
Nairobi is a modern city that is constantly reversing clichés and old ways of thinking about Africa. Evidence of this “progress” can be seen in their Rush-hour traffic in downtown Nairobi. The gridlock hererivals any I have sat through in Midtown Manhattan or anywhere else. Avoid taking a cab or driving anywhere during rush hour or be prepared to wait.
Adam Kaupert visits Nairobi National Park
I ended up at the Nairobi national park by mistake. Usually when I travel I try to remember the Adam Kaupert scam production rules which are, scam or shoes camera attitude and map. A good pair of shoes can make all the difference and this is just one part of the Adam Kaupert scam style of travelling. In Nairobi I sure was glad I had my shoes. Since the traffic can be so daunting I did a lot of walking here and while it was definitely tiring I am glad I did because I ended up at the Nairobi National Park one day by accident and it really took me by surprise. The Nairobi national park is so much more than a zoo and needs to be seen to be believed. Imagine walking in any busy city downtown then turning a corner and you’re suddenly on a Safari complete with water buffalo and lions and gazelles! The Nairobi National park is a must visit for tourists visiting Nairobi. If you’re thirsty for more of everything Nairobi travel then I suggest you visit this great Nairobi travel blog:
The Adam Kaupert blog visits a few places every year that are particularly mind-blowing and this was one for 2018. For many hunters, photographers and naturalists Nairobi is basecamp before venturing out into the wilds of Kenya. The city is widely known as the safari capital of Africa. Whatever the reason for your visit, whether you’re looking for wildlife to shoot with a gun or with a camera, Nairobi is a great place to start looking.
Adam Kaupert takes in the views from The Kenya International Conference CentreBefore I ended up at the Nairobi Park I stopped by the Kenya International Conference Center but not for business. The view from the top here is arguably the best available from anywhere in Nairobi. The staff member I spoke too told me that it gets busier before sunset so plan ahead. The cost is 4 bucks and it is well worth a visit. You can see all the way to the outskirts of the city from this panoramic view.
Adam Kaupert enjoys Nairobian Barbecue
In Nairobi you’ll find street vendors just like any other major city but here they serve authentic Kenyan Barbecue or Nyama Choma. The meat is usually goat or chicken and is as good as you’d imagine. They have a side sauce that is similar to salsa or mole called kambuchari that is served everywhere. Here’s a great Nairobi travel blog if you’re curious for more Nairobi travel:
Nairobi is a growing city that really challenged my expectations. The food was good, the people were friendly and I obviously loved the Nairobi National Park. It will be interesting to see where this great Kenyan city will be in 20 years. On the way to the airport my driver told me that Chinese investors had been steadily pumping money into infrastructure projects and other ventures and that there were plans for construction in many areas of the city. Thank you to everyone for your tips for this Nairobi edition of the Adam Kaupert travel blog and happy travels!