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... My burger and Caesar salad was OK but I'm not sure I would like it every day. The kids went to a variety of classes and from those that I spoke to were asked some interesting questions. We were personally asked about Vegemite and how many pet kangaroos we had. The school day ended at 2:25 and there were preparations for the big basketball game against a local school. Word on the street was that Olympia was ...
An early start and a lot of bags to get down and out to the taxis. Thankfully the excitement of the impending train trip helped keep everyone in good spirits and ticking along. It was a rather long morning on the train, Matty especially had trouble sitting still. He had to be reminded countless times to stay out of the aisle so people could go past. The length of our trip was about 4 hours which was about their limit!! It was raining when ...
... to celebrate the win! After the game we hopped back on the bus and headed north, up to Misha's place. Dustin recommended and met us for a Thai meal close by, then Levi and I went for Haagen Dazs to top it off! It was a great end to another great weekend on the road. Tomorrow I begin my trip down south, signaling the finish of my trip. Granted, I still HAVE two weeks left, but to me it's ONLY two weeks left! Sad ...
... called Matthew who definitely made the experience for us. We were sat right next to the window and the view was awesome. You can't really see very well in the photos but the city has a mountain backdrop. It was a little misty that day which was a bit of a shame but it was a typical Seattle day so we weren't complaining! The food was really great and once we had got used to the fact that we were moving and sitting still at the same time, the revolving part was so cool. It took 47 ...
... for dessert on the walk home before properly watching our first game of footy since leaving in April. Shame it was a scrappy game and the Eagles couldn't pinch a win against Sydney. Blake sure misses his footy. Thankfully we will be back for the business end of the season.
Tomorrow we start on our last leg of our trip in Western Canada. Brace yourselves people we will be home before you know it!! (Too soon to start planning another trip or??!)
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