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Travel Blogs from Bowral
... better scoffing down a pie knowing what actually went into it.
Gors and I had two meetings in Melb on the Friday. The first was with Janet Williams-Smith who runs CPS’s Early Childhood program. This program is the first of its kind in Australia and is taking overseas research and vigorously evaluating in Australia.
Can see more details on their link : http://www.cps.org.au/Our-Services/Earl y-Childhood.aspx
... t work, so Tris carried out his own repairs and was ecstatic knowing both it and the car were now all fixed. That was of course before Kierans window decided it didn't want to go up...More choice words and repairs for Tris! Luckily he is the handiest man I knowWe then took a drive north to Bulli Lookout and saw some amazing views. Stopped at the Marina in Woolongong and boys had the best time dodging the huge waves dumping water on them over the rocks. ...
... made it into my Travel Blog notes as a significant event.
Other memorable occurences, were of hearing a loud shrilling noise one night, and asking "what the hell was that?",only to be told it was a smallish lizard with a translucent body covering. It was called a Gecko and although small and seemingly harmless looking, it let out the most terrifying sound. It sounded especially eeiry,.. especially when you've got one at 3:00am outside your ...
... it - initially. We got set up and comfortable. Then a group of teenagers walked by singing. They all wore same t-shirts. Later two of them came back, handing out flyers. O-K. We're in Jesus-loves-you-park. Some religious group has their base here. They offer activities for adults, teens and kids. For women they got jewellery-making classes and ...
... to me on my bike was quite good, but as I laughed with them, I immediately realised that I had sent the message it was ok to continue on with the banter. Something I didn’t want to do at that moment. I wanted to visit the men’s room–obvious I thought, given that I had skidded to a halt within metres of the toilet block door at the end of the gruelling cycle up Wombeyan Caves Road. I joined in with the laughter, conscious of the ...
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