Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee
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... a challenge. There are four courses, we completed the Gree, Blue and Red, but ran out of time and couldn't do the black. A bit ****** about this because it's only because we were stuck behind a kids group which slowed us up at the start. As well as flying foxes there were lots of challenges as well, some were quite hard and mainly involved balancing, climbing and swinging. I impressed myself with how well I did as I'm not always great ...
... more months here! I'm leaving Jan 30th with plans to be in the UK for two more months!! I've a few more things I hope to see and do before I leave! :-) It's hard to believe it's been 5 months! This month will be the hardest to be away! Christmas without the people who mean the most to me is difficult!! And it's bloody hot here!! Oooh which reminds me of the fact I'm the Market shoping center today, they and a huge snow globe where people can experience fake snow!!! ;) ...
It was our final day in Sydney, so Andy had his usual morning run and then a quick breakfast. We asked if we could leave our bags at the hotel- although reception was only open until midday so George very trustingly gave us a spare office key and told us to 'lock up afterwards!'. We walked into town on an incredibly windy day, nearly getting blown over at the tragic lights but at ...
... posts in the in-goal. Give us a chance to go up and get it when we have the advantage. Only to be done when we have penalty advantage. Because we never kick the ball when we are outside our 22.
FIJI lineout--- 4man
hooker 5m 15m
(2) ] (1) (4)(5)(3) ]
options off of this:
---- Straight to back (5) jump.
---- Run to front (4) jumps ...
... us for anything metal and was drawn over to the red post box. Checking underneath as any normal person would, bingo there it was much to his joy as he'd not have thought to look there. With his first Aussie cache in the bag, he left his mark in the only space left on the paper, with a swift check no-one was watching so stealthily put it back underneath. Mission accomplished he was now ready to be sociable at mother & toddler group. It was a cute little set up, Poppy ...