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... away during the first month of work but leave things in our capable builder's hands.
We returned to our townhouse to finally pack for the journey. Most things were ready to go in suitcases so we packed in no time. In the afternoon we had a leisurely time with our tenant Darrell who has moved out of our house and now will stay at the townhouse until he returns to the United ...
... the sun is always low in the sky and it's warm on your skin. It's cool at night, but all that does is offer up a sense of calm. At that's why I like it. It has that Australian chill that we expected elsewhere. A tram and a bus later and we're on our way from the Gold Coast and its beaches. Well on our way (via a rather dodgy plane ride) to Sydney. We managed to get a pretty cheap ride into the city and to our hotel... or rather hostel. I booked a ...
... and directs the girl to pose in certain ways, taking photos of her in similar "sexy" poses. At the end of the photo shoot the guy kisses the girl's butt, which is of course too good a moment to not be caught on camera, so they repeat that and take a photo of it, and I think the baby might have even made a squished in appearance in that photo. But other than that photo, and a maximum of 2 photos of the baby ...
... starting at 5:45am - for those early enough, there was a Gunfire Breakfast on offer - rum in the coffee and Anzac biscuits. The service was well conducted by the headquarters staff with the Catafalque Party (unusually) made up only of officers.
Following the service, all were invited to the Victoria Barracks Sergeant's Mess for breakfast where a hearty collection of eggs, bacon, hash browns, tomatoes, toast and ...
... and cabins scattered about the hillside for horse owners and guests to stay in. We spent the rest of the afternoon exploring ranch. Jenn's keen eye for nature spotted a huge male grey kangaroo. We took some photos from afar but didn't get too close, even though everyone had told us the roos just hop away. We met up with Sara's husband, David, her eldest son, Ryan, and his fiancé, Nicole, that evening for a BBQ. The ranch had great facilities with a ...