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... Brewery, which was the local pub in Olympic Park. Spent the rest of the arvo having some drinks before returning home at a reasonable hour ready to head back to work on Tuesday.
We made another attempt to make it to the Blue Mountains this weekend, so chilled out on Friday night before an early start Saturday. Although, again, it was too wet to go so we stayed home for the day trying to have a productive day cleaning, doing travel research and writing ...
... was horse riding. Me, Jenn, Sara, Ryan and Nicole went out with the ranch manager. My horse was called Whiskey and Jenn had Jet. They were both beginner horses so we had been told they were very easy to ride. It was actually much scarier than the flying! I did not feel at all safe to start with but after a short while we all got used to our horses and started to feel a bit more comfortable. We were taken on a very hard ride for beginners but it was ...
We got onto the plane, and Sinisa said to me Babe I don't think that they give us any food, I said what? Of course they do! It’s a long flight, almost 10 hours, I think they have to… nope! Apparently they do not! I asked if we get anything, no food, no blankets, no pillows, no water… we couldn’t believe it! If you wanted to watch TV or a movie or anything you had to pay, ok well lets sleep! Luckily we were able ...
... have the waves a little try but after getting knocked over a few times and her bathing suit filled with sand she called it a day. At night we stayed close to home and hit up a place called Bootleg Meatballs for dinner. As you may have guessed everything was meatball based - even the burgers. And, they were outstanding! The restaurant was run but Englishmen. So, some of the best meatballs I've ever had were made by Englishmen ...
... by the lovely carols by candlelight at the All Saints church. Although not what I was used to (the choir were accompanied by guitars rather than an organ), it was still very nice to be singing familiar songs of home and a couple of new ones as well (happy clappy alert). Afterwards I joined the Speirs at a party held by the parents of one of Eddy's friends, James. Christmas Day was an invasion of Barbara's very large family, all carrying heaps of gifts, each ...