I definitely enjoy going out sail racing during summer. In summer time I go racing on Friday nights and every second Saturday. Friday twilights are a great way to relax after a week work (especially when the wind is strong). I am happy to invite people along sailing and you do not need experience.
I enjoy going to the beach and walking around Sydney harbour. I have really enjoyed exploring the old fortifications around Sydney harbour.
I have recently taken up hunting for lobsters and fishing. Though I have managed to catch lots of lobsters I am still trying to catch some recent fish.
I really enjoy scuba diving. I have done about 250 dives all over the Australian east coast and a few places overseas. I enjoy taking photos under water though it is definitely something that is not that easy to master.
I have been travelling to over 40 countries including England, Germany, France, Norway, Russia, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Thailand, Japan, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. In September 2010 I went on a trip that visited Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. In 2011 I went on a trip to Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and the USA. I tried some weird food to eat there including snake, bat, Rat, grasshopper and Tarantula.
I definitely enjoy going out for a meal and having a chat. I almost like everything. The raw fish stomach I tried when in Japan is about the only thing I would not go back for. I enjoy everything from seafood, Japanese, Thai, Chinese (especially Yum Cha on Sunday), German and many more.
Otherwise I like to try new activities, just give me a suggestion. I enjoy trying new activities.
I like going out for dinner. Really like Thai and Japanese food. Though I am not that picky and am happy eating almost any food.
Otherwise I am generally very happy to go to a comedy show (Wil Anderson) or some sporting event (AFL, NRL, Soccer).
I go sail racing on Friday nights and I can invite people along. Sydney harbour looks just fantastic on a Friday night with some 300 yachts out racing. What better way to get your mind off work than a good strong wind and some near misses.