Recently our Hospitality Option students very professionally hosted a wine and cheese experience for us to end their 3-week course. We voted and the favourite cheese of the day was an aged cheddar and the favourite wine was a rose. Thank you everyone who helped organise and participate. It was a lot of fun!
People who learn a new language are always open to trying and learning other new things too. Today our students learnt how to play Beach Cricket! Everyone had a turn at bowling, batting, wicket-keeping and fielding. Great fun!
A very Merry Christmas from all of us here at Lexis Sydney to all of you wherever you are in the world. We’re so lucky to have students study with us from all corners of the globe. Thanks to all of our students who studied with us in 2018, we’re looking forward to seeing current students again as well as meeting new students in 2019!
There is so much to see in Manly. Of course Manly Beach is the number one place people want to see. But the walk to Fairlight Beach and beyond is truly spectacular also. It is part of the famous Manly to Spit Walk and a place you shouldn’t miss checking out when you’re in town. If you walk from The Corso just follow the path to the right of Manly Wharf and you will find your way along a peaceful path that leads to one of Sydney’s rock pools. And if you’re as lucky as we were you’ll see a few native Australian birds such as kookaburras and cockatoos.
Most people know Manly Beach and Shelly Beach, we can all drive, run, walk or ride there. But did you know that there is a beach in Manly that is only easily accessible by boat, swimming or kayaking? We kayaked our way to Store Beach which is located a 20 minute paddle from Manly Wharf. Eight strong and energetic students were keen to kayak there. It was an awesome Springtime afternoon activity with swimming, laughs and by the time we got back to the wharf there were also tired arms and hungry bellies. But great memories to always remember!