Carlingford Serviced Apartments
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... GMO's, vaccinations and age of accountability so far. Of course I still miss home incredibly. I talked with all my roomies from home, so much FOMO I'm dying. Anyone who wants to call or Skype me just let me know, obviously my schedule is very flexible!
The word heaps and reckoned is used super frequently and not really right I don't think. I don't know if I already mentioned this but campus is the residence hall and uni is campus, ...
... my Qantas flight but turns out, it was delayed for 2 hours! Big bummer, but I walked around the giant international terminal, took in all the different cultures, noted my favourite flight attendant outfits (Korea Air won) and had a beer and sandwich at the bar before sitting and reading at the gate. At first I was concerned because the information on my flight was not as clear as I've been accustomed to, no where could I find that it was actually ...
Took harbour ferry to Manley, weather not great. But only one rain shower so managed long walk along beach to Shelley beach. Jo arrives for the day tomorrow. Dinner at Fred's bar, happy hour cocktails and Wagyu burger, both v good. Walked home via Rocks and had early ...
Q: Is alcohol expensive to buy in New Zealand?
A:The price of alcohol in New Zealand is like buying it in Australia, it is expensive and there is no free pour going on. This is a time when pre drinking is needed.
Q: What is accommodations like on the New Zealand trips?
A: For places in New Zealand, you stay in hotels, sometimes cabins and ...
Left our nice cabin at 8.30am. Drove past the Big Golden Guitar on our way out of town. Through the expansive Boonoo Boonoo Plains - mostly sheep country - some cattle and some crops. Through Marrundi which seemed like a very friendly town. Name of massive cliffs on western side of Abbotsford? Through Scone which has a Horse Festival in May each year. There are horse silhouettes throughout town, and businesses have equine names ...