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... Skype was Juniordwarf's best friend while I was away.
6. Things you don't need (1): I didn't use any of the puzzle or crossword books I took. I only read half of one of the Kindle books I bought for the flight because the inflight entertainment system on the place kept me entertained.
7. Things not to forget: Contact lenses.
8. If your phone isn't unlocked and you think you can do without your smart phone, you can buy a cheap (£4.99) ...
... the cold chill drifted in we knew that it was time to go, not only because our flight would be soon but because we also wanted to see the famous MONA Museum.
The building is raved about for its architecture which from a far leaves much to be desired, its not until you are up close that you can see all the finer details.
Pity we couldn't stay for long, the bar that's 'open till late' closed at 5:30. Maybe it was our ...
... Virgin Australia to Sydney Domestic where I was met by my friend Helen, an orthodontist who I studied with in Liverpool. She drove me to her house in the Sydney suburb of a Lilyfield, where I said hello to Duncan (husband) and met her two gorgeous children for the first time. William is 3 and Charlotte is nearly 1. We had a lovely meal and a good catch up after 4 years of not seeing one ...
... down the familiar Arthur Highway past the Hobart Airport Runway before turning into the Hobart Airport Tourist Park to book into a cabin again. For the first time we were given a cabin with a small comfy separate lounge with both a sofa and an armchair, two bedrooms, one with a Queen bed and the other with two singles. Another good part about the configuration of this cabin was that the shower/toilet room was next to the bedroom so we didn't have to walk through ...
... my problem was the fear of standing, I succeeded with a couple of knee waves and one brief stand. It was good fun I just need to build confidence and say to myself 'I will stand this time', we had fun though and Joey enjoyed teaching me! We headed home made some lunch and then got ready for the afternoon. We took the boast out to. Mona which was great to see Hobart and the surrounds from the water and made it out there for just gone 4. Greta had done well I reckon there was around ...
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