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did I know, it started a week of chicken for me; chicken curry,
chicken and noodles, chicken and rice. Paul survived on fish and tofu
dishes. Anyway, interestingly, as we ate we noticed some weird game
of badminton crossed with football crossed with netball; we called it
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