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... weight. So is online social networking the secret in regards to Australia's obesity problem that's been missing? Or is it the 21st-century version of the fitness center membership? "Taking part is the secret," Bell says. "The beauty of sites like Facebook and Twitter is their ability to create 'speedy trust', where we arrive at a trusting relationship quickly by 'friending' and 'following' others. For those who have followers, ...
... hill across the street. Within the first 30 feet of being in the stadium I have decided one thing, this is by far the nicest, happiest bunch of workers I have seen so far. This was not a stadium that was in my top five as far as looking forward to seeing but it was a surprisingly enjoyable venue. The brick exterior acts a facade that isn't even really part of the stadium but rather a stand alone mask of sorts. The stadium itself had ...
... as an online mandatory element of their schooling as well as the students must take sport of some sort. All very interesting. It was pretty much 3 hours of solid chat.
We arrived at the Morales house around 7:30pm. At this stage I think Kimberley was very glad to see a familiar face. I sat down, had some food and met everyone.
The boys would be staying at the Morales house. The mother Peggy was the lady I had organised everything with for the home ...
... Y says in a noncommittal, calm tone...."umm, should I have my carry on?" Cut a long story short, we run back through the airport like crazy people to find it sitting at maccas where he was 30mins earlier! Nervous breakdown number one.
After a super long and extremely bumpy plane ride (there was bad turbulence for the first 6hours), we arrived in Dallas/Fort Worth airport after 15hours. After getting through hectic US customs, our wonderful Homestay families were waiting for ...
... high and 50 by 50 feet wide. Two narrow openings face north and south, and the whole thing is painted white - it looks a little like a large Lego block. From here, we headed towards the old County Courthouse, now a tourist information centre, where Maggie was reminded that she needs to harden herself up and not engage with seemingly friendly locals who offer free gifts/tours/maps. The courthouse building is striking, built of red sandstone with marble ...
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