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... MY FAVORITE ICE CREAM!!!'
'Mama and Papa, I love....SWANS!!! LET'S FEED THEM ALL OUR BREAD!!'
Trying to keep a young family together in this amazing area is like herding cats while trying to nail jell-O "OMG…I LOVE HER HEELS!!" …..to a wall.
Ever the helpful Canadians, when approached for directions to the same museum that we were going to, I proudly displayed my iPhone map and pointed in the correct direction.
... Angela wowed us with fresh pizza. Mmmmm…felt like we were in a 5 star restaurant. Now that we knew where to get wine, we were on "sommelier duty" and she was the chef du jour! Once again she had us entranced with her European adventure stories, and had me making a mental note about all the Italian villages that we absolutely needed to visit.
Ahhh…I love "restaurant" nights!
... ooh! SQUIRT….HEE HEE HEE HEE!! Oooooooh – watch that DIVE!! SQQQQUUUUIIIIIIIIIIIRT! – Ouw! That got in MY EYE!!” …..We loved the divers…Avaia was the entertainment for the row behind us – based on their tan (deeeep) and how much they found Avaia amusing (A LOT), I figured they lived at the Aquaparc and had seen the show a few times already. The Aquaparc is situated just across the street from the local ...
... I felt like I was channelling Mama Histon's previous text while in the UK:
"Just follow all the signs Karin, and it takes about 1 and 1/2 hours, if you don't miss any turns!!"
On the way back…we didn't miss any turns and were back to the start in 30 minutes! hahaha!
We found parks, saw ducks, the kids hugged one another through the trees and kept each other warm and giggly. I revelled in the wind on my face, the sun on ...
... trays that would be the size of a snack for one person were being marked down to 50% off and were now only about $12. The prawns worked out at about $60/kg, the fruit and veg were ridiculous prices. There was very little we could afford to buy there, except the wine. We figured we should really see what Swiss red is like so bought a bottle of that to have with dinner. Hopefully the wages there are a lot higher than here to cope with the cost of living. There ...