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So sorry that I am so far behind. I didn't have an internet connection on the device with the blog, so I am slow getting info. in. Sooooo...we went to Kangaroo Island for two days and had an amazing time. Sara and Bailey got to hold a little koala and a baby kangaroo! We saw so many beautiful sites on KI! Check out the pics. First we went to Seal Bay and got up close to some seals. Next, we went to the Little Sahara and did ...
... off a few seagulls to be able eat them). Not a bad day at all. We caught the bus back to the city centre and decided that we'd go out again that night. Well that was the plan. Me and Chelsea shared five litres of the cheapest wine (known as goon). Obviously five litres was far too much for the pair of us to get through in one night. But somehow we (mainly me) drank almost all of it during our extensive and hilarious pre-drinks. It wasn't big or clever and being sick ...
... right now. So now I have Marino socks and some sweet pyjama pants. Oh yea!
Last week was one hell of a week and only now (Monday morning) I am finally feeling the stress of it all lift even though I am now officially homeless. It’s weird that I am now half on holidays and half still at work and I think after chilling this week I will be raring to get into it.
I’ll leave it there for now,
PS. Six sleeps to ...
... The weather was really good and when we got to the harbour bridge and opera house it was getting pretty hot. We spent a while waking around there and taking pictures. I'm not sure what I thought of the opera house. It's very big and I think I'd always imagined it smaller than that. We had a quick look inside, visited the shop and used the loos lol ( yep I can now add, went to the loos at Sydney opera house to my list). We also went down to a Darling Harbour and had a wander ...
... in most countries is an oxymoron) to airport, parking lot or whatever personnel there is a native and civil friendliness that is quickly noted.
After we arrived Bruce Dean was there at baggage claim and we drove a short distance away to Botany Bay and had lunch at a Greek restaurant. with Doug Gray who joined us.
It is so good to see Bruce Dean again. We had not seen him in the flesh since the Feast of Tabernacles in 2004 in South Africa. ...