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... up and all, our Westfield shopping mall :-))). This was after an hour driving. Ok ladies and gentlemen be sure when you have plans to go to Australia and you go to Brisbane ask for Westfield shopping mall because they have Westfield bank here as well. Very important detail :) We had some lunch loaded up the Internet and than up to surfers paradise And I've to say I was a bit shocked it looked like a big city so many skyscrapers and full of ...
... to rescue them. I'm in no doubt that she means well but, if you're not careful, you can received a serious clawing at the hands of her doggy-paddling paws. Ben has a pair of red scratches on his right shoulder where Lucy 'rescued' him. Just before finishing in the pool, Ben, Ben and Will played a game in which you had to get out of the pool legs first. Ben Yates managed it first. Jane and Kori, who were watching from sun loungers a few feet away said that the contest was a ...
Lady: May I see the gas certificate.
Whipped that out and gave it to her. Still smiling.
Lady: Who did this?
We showed her name at the bottom of the form.
Lady: No date. You have to have a date as it is only current for 60 days.
We looked suitably forlorn and deflated. Mumble mumble mumble. Ok'd.
Lady: Can I see the TARE certificate?
Allan went back to the car and ...
I'm so tired!! Today has been busy so far and is getting busier. First, I had to get up at 4:10 AM to get to the train station in Bundaberg. Then we had to get onto the six hour train that went from Bundaberg to Brisbane.Lucky we had business class seats otherwise it would be very uncomfortable. Once we got to the station we started walking around trying to find the way out, when dad said he needed some boots so off we went... Dad turned on his GPS and we started ...
... 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 ...