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Well what a wonderful birthday weekend I have had and how extremely special and loved I have felt all these millions of miles of away.
I went up my cousin Anna's on Friday night to start of the early celebrations. When I got to hers, Anna had decorated the house with 'happy birthday' banners, had made about 10 cupcakes and each had a candle in them and my birthday cards were spread over the table. ...
... sold by Harvey Norman, or more ironically as a souvenir thermometer.
The updates were carried out, and backing up the Ipad and re-installing the latest operating system on both machines went without a hitch. And the app was running fine finally.
Luke Tindall was the tech person, and he did not look down his nose at our archaic ************ the contrary, when he knew we were travelers, he gave us his best. I think he did that to all people in the ...
... cigarette, for we needed to be up at quarter past 5 to make it in time for the early morning yoga session.
I should do some explaining before I continue with the rest of the week’s story. The Yoga Retreat took heavy influences from the original Ashrams in India. Where the first blog entry was littered with cigarettes, coffee and alcohol this one won’t have any of those intoxicated accounts. No drugs or alcohol was allowed and in order to smoke I had to walk down the ...
... they wish we were back in the caravan. They miss the closeness, the adventure and the games of Monopoly Deal after dinner. Life’s pretty good here though. We can walk down to the harbour and swim at our little beach. We’d been back a week or so when Lucy, bobbing around in the water in her swim vest and inflatable ring turned to me and asked “Is this our last caravan park?”
“Yes Lucy, this is our last caravan ...
... pumice stone from the eruption floated to the surface. The pumice covered area was measured at approximately 75,000 square kilometers. Some research indicated that the pumice was a result of a July 2012 underwater eruption about 1000 kilometres north of Auckland. The following day, Barry took us to the Reptile Park, (announced by the Big Goanna) where we got our fill of snakes, kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, cassowaries, and platypuses. ...