After showering at the complex’s facilities, we started the evening with some beverages of the chilled variety under the shade of a large tree – similar to how most awesome nights do, and should, start.
We then made our way to a cozy tapas and cocktail bar in Surry Hills called Mister Fox – an amazing place with its furniture, decorated walls and comfortable atmosphere drawing inspiration from some of the more exotic corners of the Earth.
The next surprise was who greeted us there – none other than the incredibly musically talented Stephanie Grace – along with her microphone, some guitars and a voice that took our night to another level.
With the drinks flowing, an assortment of tapas filling our bellies and Ms. Grace’s self-written songs sending the mood to astronomic heights, it was deemed a good idea that some of our more musically gifted team members take up their weapons of melody and start an Indago ‘jam sesh’. And a good idea it was. Everything from Pink Floyd to Nirvana brought us all together for what is going to be an epic team day and night to remember.
I’ll also give a cheeky mention to the fact that the night didn’t stop there for most of the team – bar hopping through Surry Hills until the sun shows up again is a skill these guys have in spades ;).
And here’s a bonus picture of Leigh demonstrating his world class chair dancing…