Country Comfort Terrigal
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... more frequently with my travel adventures. The list includes fun times with my brother, ticking 2 more countries off my list with my dear friend Shayna who is coming in from New York to road trip New Zealand with me, relax in Fiji and return to dear Melbourne. Once I say farewell to Shayna, I've got an exciting trip planned on the top end of Australia, camping and hiking while making my way from Broome to Darwin, ...
I'm on day 3 of the Au Pair life. Things are going fine, I'm looking forward to knowing my way around their routine more and settling in.
The kids are great, very sweet and mostly well behaved, we do have meltdowns daily though, which aren't as fun. Shocking, I know. Mikey is 8, Lucia is 6 and Maisie is 2 (Maisie might be the smartest/ cutest 2 year old I've ever met. You can have full conversations with her, she completely entertains herself and can play with anything, ...
... the tasting where we could see all the machines for making the wine. We got a wide range of wines to taste here however most of them were sweet wines and port which Abby wasn't a fan of but Katie discovered her sweet tooth and particularly enjoyed the white port which tasted like honey and popcorn! We got to have lunch outside the winery, luckily under a shelter as it was still pouring with rain, which consisted of roast chicken and salad which was delightful! ...
... around you. We discovered that the best places to shop were Queen Victoria Building, 444 George Street and Strand Arcade, 412 George Street. These are situated below the Sydney Tower and once we used this as a guide life in the city became easier. Queen Victoria Building, which Pierre Cardin named as the most beautiful shopping centre in the world, was completely refurbished in 1986 and now houses a beautiful clock, designed by Neil ...
... or no pelvic floor muscles which would normally hold it in place. Most women in Nepal, especially in the more remote areas, are not able to travel to a hospital/clinic (due to physical disability, age, distance, work, money etc) so therefore do not receive the care or education they need before, during, and after their pregnancy/birth of their children. Because it is necessary for women to work hard to help support their family, a lot deliver their own babies in ...