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... My final day I spent with granny and Sandra. Sandra tried to kill me by taking me for a run around Mosman park. Such an affluent area. I should have walked with granny. I might have moaned the whole way but am so glad I did it because I rewarded myself with a pistachio and banana muffin with a latte overlooking Cottesloe beach. Such a shame this is my last time doing it for a while!. I was soo sad to say goodbye to everyone. I had an amazing time with everyone truly spoiling ...
... up the new front of house girl that will take my place in running the cafe:) ALSO the best news ever was that Jodie decided to put my croissant idea on the new menu that comes out next week:):) she even let me help Harry make it and I plated it up and decorated the plate for the photo:):) she said that when they serve it they will call it Julia's breakfast special:):) so ...
... have been awake for around 28 hours and travelling for 12 and still with another 20 to go. I think I'm a bit in denial about it all, I'm like pffft, how bad can it be, whereas John is unable to even think about the holiday because the flight has to be endured first. I assume that this comes from us being polar opposites when it comes to air travel. He can't sleep on a plane (or so he says), he will read, watch movies, listen to music, play ...
... for water-skiing! They have a boat, and all the equipment, and the lake is big enough to really have fun on the water.
Nate tried his hand at "skurfing"-- surf-skiing -- you ride a surf board, but are pulled behind a boat just like you're water skiing. It looked like a great time, and he was able to get up on the first try. I was impressed. Everyone else was also able to do fabulous tricks on surf boards, wake boards ...
... one along the way and had a paddle on some beaches and some lunch with the seagulls. Most of the beaches were nice and quiet without any people on them. In the middle of the island were small lakes that looked pink which was really pretty.
We spent the rest of the day cycling and hanging out on the beach until we got burnt and it put an end to our fun!! On Rottie there is a endemic kangaroo species called a Quakka and we saw lots of them around...they are ...
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