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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. ...
... been alone. Fortunately, our time at Paul's with Tallie and Jaxon was much better. We got to the house in time to see Jaxon for quite a long time before he had to go to bed. He is a delightful nine month old, with a very old and wise demeanor. He can crawl and even stood for a while holding onto me but after a bit panicked when he realized he did not know how to sit down. After Jaxon was in bed for ...
... 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. ...
... Mike and Kay met us with a welcome sign and balloon (I'll post a photo of that later- I look a treat!) They have been so lovely and hospitable, my bed overlooks the local beach and port, literally two minutes down the road, so I'm looking forward to sleeping there, makes a change from the last few days! They've said they're going to give us a house key so we can come and go as we please and the same for the food in the ...
... br abp="598">I only stopped in Sydney briefly for the interview but it reminds me of America, like everything is SO big and tall and vast. You drive on the same side as you do in England but the road signs and traffic lights are just like America. It's a real busy city, it seems busier than London as well. I'm looking forward to exploring Sydney next week when my friend Steph arrives.
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