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It's Eurovision time so we are getting Gio and Mark coming over tonight. Mark is going to cook for us which is very nice. We're responsible for the nibbles and drinks so we are going to get some. Not sure if I really like this app. It has some dodgy layout on the web when it's send to people.
... Melbourne and found ourselves attending La Cage Aux Folles on our final day. After all is said and done, we traveled 6400 miles by plane, another 6100 miles by auto, and walking just a few more miles. We did see a lot of Australia's best, especially their kind people. We fly off to Sydney and then home on the 4th of December and may do a few more updates. Hope you enjoyed watching our ...
... We got there for dead on 11am when it opened. Identity checked - result, I definitely am who I say I am. Next stop was the post office to send some bits to the UK, then it was on to the Medicare centre to sign up to the Oz medical system. By signing up to this we get some free and some discounted medical care as we are part of the commonwealth. After that it was back to the Internet cafe to send our forms to our employer for them to sign and then send back to us and for ...
... Yes we were warned but it's nothing like paying £4.50 for a small bottle of beer.
The first two nights we spent time with Danny and his awesome daughter winter (Winnie), she is almost two and very much a lot of fun. Sarah's new best friend. So once again I was demoted in Sarah's allegiance chart ( I'm now at 7th from a starting position in 2006 of 3rd). Safe to say that for the next 2 weeks whenever there was a possibility of winter at the house or to watch her, Sarah was ...
... I thought the whole concept was odd, then it got a little odder when I found out that in order to entice women to be customers (because apparently all the women here, unsurprisingly, prefer to go to Starbucks), these places treat female customers particularly well, always giving them something free such as chocolate or a biscuit. Was not enough to get me in there :) I found the political history fascinating as we walked, particularly the background to the 1973 coup and ...