Addison's on Anzac
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That was a close one. We had almost decided that we had too little information to take a sensible decision and that would inevitably mean we had to call the whole thing off. We all started to get grumpy, thinking we were about to ship half our capital to the other side of the world, without knowing at what cost we would be able to get it out of there. But Natalia and Paulo helped us through. Paulo has gathered all the necessary information, called a few friends and late sunday night ...
Now, I know you're all dying to hear about the fireworks, but I'll get to that in a mo. I should say first of all that I had a very nice little gym session first thing, in the hotel's fitness suite, prep for all the extra alcoholic calories. We had to be careful about what we did on NYE, as lots of places were closing early. So we decided to stick close to home and go to the Sydney Tower Eye. This is a viewing platform in the style of the Fernsehturm (TV Tower) in Berlin. It ...
... Suitably rested and fuelled we strolled back to the car park, counting the Christmas trees spotted along the way. Both the kids fell asleep in the car on the way back to ours, so having to carry Pia in and place her on our bed like sleeping beauty, but Jasper woke in the transit wanting to join in with our chat instead. When Pia woke up at 4pm grumpy, we cheered her up by going out to get her an ice pop to put a smile back on her face. She wasn't ...
... Felicia, who danced ballet for many years. It was set in India, and was about a temple dancer who was supposed to devote her life to dancing in ceremonies to praise the gods, and a young villager that falls in love with her. But he has killed the tiger that has been terrorizing the village, and so the Rajah has given him his daughter's hand in marriage. It was a bit of a Romeo and Juliet tale of lovers who were not allowed to be together, and end up dying together and ascending ...
... was also really good to meet some of Hannah's Australian friends. I can see why she likes it over here. We headed home after the game and Hannah get on earlyish night as she was playing the next day. Sunday morning and game day. We headed over to the cafe where Han works for a coffee and free wifi and then down to the park near her house. A really nice spot on the river. Again I can see why she likes it here! I know she was nervous before the game as the Wanderers were ...