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... The Carlton Ritz was absolutely stunning!! It was grand, clean and put together perfectly. The detail on everything from the stairs to the balconies and the pillars couldn't be faulted. The restaurant the Iftar dinner was in a restaurant called Giornotte, it was one if the biggest buffets that any of them had ever seen! Dishes included camel, fitar, mixed grill, suorama, ice cream, strawberry cheesecake, strawberry chocolate fondue on marshmallows, baby lamb and ...
... many others. We got a prize when we won- I got a stuffed koala.
A few of us then played jeopardy, and I was on a team with Jenna. We didn't win, but we still had fun. We got a prize for participating because only three teams wanted to play. Shout out to Josh and Diana winning!
Later, we told stories and told jokes. And the best story and joke got a prize. I told two jokes, but I didn't win :( ...
... a delayed train - they normally run like clockwork.
We got to the airport OK and then went through the security gate only to be pulled over for a bag search... Note to self - even the smallest bottle of jam to use on your non-jetstar supplied bread is a no-no! After another scan (and reliquishing our jam) we were allowed to proceed to our gate - which had to be ...
... the rules as we watched, unlike the majority of kids sat around us who were playing on mobile phones. In my opinion they should either be made to watch and appreciate the game or else be left at home. After the match we walked around for a while before deciding upon a Chinese restaurant for an acceptable meal. It was then back to the hostel where we decided against having another beer due to the loud whooping of some fun loving revellers. ...
... look out from the balcony and there is a friend of Diego the Deranged Drummer banging a drum outside the front door. Don't ask me why. But that was the end of the peaceful morning to myself.
Kathleen wasn't just doing ordinary shopping. She was helping collect the newest addition to the family - Molly the Burmese kitten. Even a non-cat person like me has to admit she is cute.
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