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... a "killer pool competition". It was free to sign up and the winner got a $100 bar tab. I could get a lot of whiskey for $100. My other friends Ray, Callum another Englishman Dan an American (Wisconsin) Kerr a Scottish, and Scott a Canadian headed into the bar to play in the competition. I was out after I lost my three lives, but Scott was doing very well. I had gotten a couple more glasses of wine and we all watched as Scott was in the ...
... game, although I was a lot quieter. And for a heavily favored team, the fans sure seemed nervous about the outcome. The All Blacks are ranked #1 in the world heading into the World Cup and some expected the Kiwis to crush the Georgia team. It was a bit more tight than that. For us, it seemed like a blowout. For the Kiwis, it was a tight match. The score ended up being 40 something to 19ish. I don't really remember. But we won! Now, at 9:30 in the morning, it ...
... Went through the X-rays then with our bags and realised the boots weren't even in Kate's bag they were in Lee's!!! The old English couple behind us then got pulled aside by security and sniffer dogs for having a chocolate bar in their luggage. We didn't see them again after that.... Taxi into the centre at a very hefty $90 and had a wonder before checking into the apartment and falling asleep until the evening. Went out for what was supposed to be dinner, decided to have a ...
... the Khmer Rouge in the Seat of the UN. Another example of the US backing brutal regimes. They are, after all, a brutal regime themselves. A good example of media scare mongering was clearly evident here in New Zealand after the recent Bangkok bombing. Immediately after the bomb, one news station went on to ask 'so where is safe to travel these days?', before going on to list several countries such as China, Indonesia, Malaysia and for every single one came up ...
... exhibition. From two video screens, you could easily view both exhibitions from your bean bag seat in the middle of the room, via a sort of tennis photography ping pong. Your head darting from one screen to the next as the images changed. However, I found this very off putting and as I actually found myself more drawn to the second exhibition on Asia, I glued my eyes to this instead! The Studio itself is a lovely venture, painted like a blank canvas, ...