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... delight the 9 course vegetarian degustation was delish! However I was still interested in the foods being made on the streets in the financial district of Mumbai. Walking past buildings that looked somewhat neglected and in need of a coat of paint or 10 I couldn't believe they were occupied and I was awed by what was being produced outside these buildings and amazed what bubbled atop tiny stoves and the smells arising from said dishes...the smells of the spices we had ...
... that the first sip rushed straight from my throat radiating out to the tips of (almost) every bodily extremity in a wild uncontrollable shiver. I cannot say what was in it, but I am now cured of toenail fungus! We went for another 5 lap walk, before taking a small break to watch Leo Ward - comic magician at 7pm. He was good! I don't know how he got that marked $20 note into the chest, but he did. Afterwards, we went for another ...
... a huff on Sunday. Really wish I had been there to see that one. Rania went to the gym to get hench and then spent the evening writing certificates out. Wednesday Wacky Wednesday was actually ok today and we managed a quick pack up without the onset of torrential rain which was nice. As a result I got 10minutes at home before dashing out to training which was a serious luxury. Training was really fun and we are going to miss it while we are away in Bali. But we are mega excited about ...
... primitive almost animalistic. It is located in the oldest part of the brain and overrides all other senses. Instinctively I brought this thing up to my nose and sniffed. Then it hit me, shock. I am squatting down in the family room of our house sniffing a ****.
Before the wheels started to turn Maree said Stephen, there’s more over there. When Maree calls me Stephen I know something is seriously wrong. I dropped what I was holding ...
... around the quay around the front of the Opera House and into Sydney's Botanical Gardens. We were struck by the beautiful layout and great variety of trees and birds on view. After a cup of Chi Latte and some cake we retraced our route to the ship for lunch.
On our last trip we had done the Sydney Bridge Climb and this entitled us to a free climb up the South East Pylon (one of the 4 big stone pillars which hold up the bridge). ...
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