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... of Mike’s called Amanda, who now lives in Sydney with her Australian born husband. It was lovely to meet up with her again after so long. Phoebe was a tiny baby the last time she saw us back in the UK, and it was nice for her to meet the newest addition to our family today, Alice. It was lovely to be guided around the city on foot by a local, passing on nuggets of information and little hints and tips. Amanda was able to cast a ...
Sydney Australia capital is New South Wales.
Language spoken Darug (coastal dialect of Darug), Dharawal and Gurlhal
Currency used Dollar (AUD$)
Sydney population 4,757,083 in 2013
Major religion Roman catholic (25.3%) Anglican (17.1) Other christian (18.7),non-christian(7.2),no religion (22.3), ...
... to the ball are what separate some great rugby players. When you take a great angle, I'm talking a number of different things. Off the ball its getting you to rucks and tackles faster and more frequently then someone who's just following the ball. When you hit it up, it's not just running straight at the defender, it's running at an angle and making it a difficult tackle/potential line break. In the scrum it might as well be called good technique. Because the angles ...
We had a sleep in today and day light saving started today. We had a slow morning. Had showers, got dressed and had Coco Pops for breakfast. We then had to go back to where we got the motor home because they hadn't given us enough towels. After that we hit the road and went off to Kaikoura. It was a three hour trip and we spent most of our time looking out the window. There were huge mountains and rolling hills. ...
... about being here and that it's really cold back home and I should think myself lucky and at least you don't have to mow the grass once a week and because I'm not here someone else has to be home at lunchtime to feed Grampy and this is costing us $200/week (ish) etc etc, here's some highlights of my trip so far:
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