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... depended on the last rubber. In the Boomerang format a team can win 4:0 or 3:1. If the score is 2:2, then the team which has scored the most games, wins. At the start of the fourth match MCC had 21 games and Ballarat 18. On this basis Paddy and I needed to get at least six games to ensure a win. We started poorly going three games down but dragged ourselves back to 4:4. Winning the next ...
... conditions, then in those situations, I can't question the hope it can provide to someone who believes in it. I left the museum feeling quite sombre. I had managed to get in touch with the boys and arranged to meet them at Clarke Quay, the "Downtown" area of Singapore. I wandered the streets for a bit, trying to find a suitable bar with wifi whilst I waited for them. Clarke Quay is basically a network of streets covered by some modern looking roofing, every establishment on ...
... we continue to the fruits and vegetables. Yummie. I wish we could buy some stuff, but we will be going to the city center afterwards and no, you don’t want to drag all of this along. We see a doughnut bus too, looking all cool and funky and smelling soooo nice, but 20 people are queueing to get some so we continue through to the clothes and toys. We get some souvenirs for our kids and for our friends' kids too. Then we decide to leave the Queen Victoria Market and head to ...
... hour walk taking in Faulkner Park, the Tan, Alexandra Gardens, Federation Square, Yarra Park/MCG, the Botanical Gardens and Faulkner Park. We are so lucky to have these parks and gardens close by.
Came back and I did some pilates, Peter had a swim and spa and both of us enjoyed a sauna.
Did a few loads of washing, some ironing and prepared dinner. Yep! The holiday is well and truly ...
... being escorted across the park to the safety of a fence, with an emu in hot pursuit. We ended the day with a koala cuddle (apparently only 2 places in Aus do this) and a bbq dinner.
A few days of driving stood between us, and the Great Ocean Road (GOR) to Melbourne (Apparently the largest memorial in the world dedicated to the first World War and built by returning soldiers). A few nights of watching movies and Jeff almost getting us stuck at the side of the ...
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