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... bacon! It was soooooo good! Steph's mum also became my mum for the weekend and was adamant she was washing and drying all my clothes for me so I could actually smell half decent again! It was heaven, my clothes were washed, conditioned, dried and ironed...it smelt like home!That afternoon, we drove down to Byron Bay for the day and it was lovely to spend time in the sun on the beach catching crabs, building sandcastles and swimming in the sea with the ...
We arrived at Main Beach on the 16th July, Simone and family arrived from the UK on the 17th, and from that moment on it was been go, go, go. We were able to get a fold up bed from The Park Management so the girls and Simone could have sleepovers in the Annexe. They loved it. We have been to all the Theme Parks and I was talked into doing rides at Wet and Wild and Movie World. I don't think we have ...
... swam, brilliant to watch! After this we went sand boarding down a sand dune for about an hour. Good fun once I figured how to stay on the board, fair to say June was better than me! Fun coming down the sand dune, not so fun walking back up all the time though! Drinks and food in the evening before heading a few hours south to Sydney in the morning. Day 5, arrived in Sydney around lunch time and took June to the cafe/bistro place with the pig called Kevin, that ...
... is set up here is different from the
States. Classes have both lectures and
tutorials/workshops. Lectures are what
you would think; having between 50-200 students in a lecture hall and the
professor (which they call the convener) just teaches the material without much
class participation or discussion. The
tutorial/workshop part of the class is a much smaller, intimate setting, where
there are ...
... even stay in tepees if you wanted. They ran free workshops like hula hooping and didgeridoo lessons and then did yoga classes early in the mornings, I only found out about these when I was leaving though! There was a pool there and it was almost like a little American motel where the rooms surrounded the pool in the middle, in the end I started to really enjoy it there after being a bit scared at first. It was all open air and things so you got ...