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... one! We were wlaking and I said what is Bondi- Odetta looks at me like I am crazy uhhhhhhhhh our amazing beah! Oh, ok we stopped in the Bondi store where they were having a sale and bought matching prple hoodies! So excited about them, hahah I am sure Sinisa is also as excited to have a matching outfit with his wife! We Jumped on the train and made it back to the house to get ready… I now have ridiculously horrible bad sunburn on just my chest and shoulders ...
... 8221;. It could fall out of an overhead bin and hurt someone. OK In 45 years, of travel, I’ve never seen a bin open and a bag fall out hitting someone on their head. In the US you can pack as much as you like into that carryon – so you can avoid the charge for checked bags. because it is over 7kg. Have you looked at the size of your carry on lately? I couldn’t even put my makeup, pj’s, the liquids bag and a couple ...
Left Sydney to fly to Perth @ 4.30 pm not a bad flight, arrived in Perth @ 6.30 pm and was met by Deb on her way home from work.
Deb showed us the sights of Perth and then took us to Kings Park for a look and a great view of the Swan River and city, what a lovely way to start our holiday.
Arrived at Deb & Sam's and was made welcome by Sam with a lovely glass of wine & some home made anti pesto, cheese & bread, whilst Sam cooked dinner. Lovely :)
... mock execution. After the firing squad leaves, she realizes that she has been deceived by Scarpia and that Mario is dead. Having nothing left to live for, she does not run when the Nazis track her down for having killed Scarpia. The opera ends with Tosca’s death.
We all agreed that it was good, but that we weren’t going to buy season tickets to the opera just yet. The show was three hours long with two intermissions, so we got back to our hotel around ...
... caught the bus back from Cremoyne reserve which has a wonderful view of the Opera House and bridge. In the evening we met John & Barbara for dinner at Ripples overlooking Chowder Bay. Barbara is an ex colleague of Helen's from EZI days. We had the coveted outdoor seats overlooking the bay but from behind plastic awning due to the rain! Despite this we had a lovely evening and enjoyed John and Barbara's company as well as their BYO ...