This year you could watch the fireworks on New Year’s Eve in Sydney (above) and then fly to Los Angeles to celebrate all over again. Photo: Instagram@glanzpunkt This year you could watch the fireworks on New Year’s Eve in Sydney (above) and then fly to Los Angeles to celebrate all over again. Photo: Instagram@glanzpunkt
This year you could watch the fireworks on New Year’s Eve in Sydney (above) and then fly to Los Angeles to celebrate all over again. Photo: [email protected]
Irene Pyne
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Irene Pyne

5 ways to time travel – and celebrate New Year’s Day twice

Celebrations to mark the start of a new year can feel a bit of a let down after the fireworks have gone off, but what if you could welcome 2019 more than once?

This year you could watch the fireworks on New Year’s Eve in Sydney (above) and then fly to Los Angeles to celebrate all over again. Photo: Instagram@glanzpunkt This year you could watch the fireworks on New Year’s Eve in Sydney (above) and then fly to Los Angeles to celebrate all over again. Photo: Instagram@glanzpunkt
This year you could watch the fireworks on New Year’s Eve in Sydney (above) and then fly to Los Angeles to celebrate all over again. Photo: [email protected]
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Irene Pyne

Irene Pyne

Irene Pyne is a professional copywriter, storywriter and all-round content guru. Her interests include East Asian culture and politics, modern art, food, television and film. When she’s not writing for us, she’s spending time at idNerd’s animation studio, debating over the projectile speed of snot - for a cartoon, of course.