Hotel Ibis Thornleigh
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... their work they would drop coins in a bowl for them. This madonnaro was doing a beautiful chalk painting.
Further up the street was another display of the Terra Cotta warriors. The figures were done in brightly colored silk over metal frames. At night they are lighted. This display was in celebration of the Chinese New Year. We also saw a Japanese couple having their wedding pictures taken with the Sydney Opera House as ...
We arrived safely but tired early Monday morning. Unfortunately we have no wifi at our apartment! Feel like we are transported back about 20 yrs. amazing how much we rely on the interent for weather, maps, proving ourselves right etc etc.
Luckily the Corso in Manly (the main pedestrian area where we are staying) has free internet but we have to sit on benches to do everything so needless to say we haven't been doing much ...
... be time to go to bed (please let it be so!!) but when I was brave enough to look at my watch it only said 5:30pm!!! What?!? I felt like a walking zombie. I felt like I couldn't fight it anymore so I walked back to my hotel and asked at the desk where I could get some milk. Unfortunately their shop had run out of milk but no problem they said, you can walk down to the supermarket (15 mins one way). Hmm. Could he not see that I ...
... If you look at the photos, Nigel's face is a picture when we demonstrated how it worked to him! We had a good giggle over that one.
We were all going over to Cath's other cousin John's for the day. Apparently it was his and his wife and family's turn to cater for everyone this year.
All the family ...
... to stock up our empty cupboards. With kids to entertain along the way, who where overjoyed at seeing us. Pia insisted I sit In the back with her and jasper, so clambering in and squeezing in between the car seats for the short car journey to Westfield Centre. Coles was the biggest we had visited yet, so had a proper good mooch about for our weekly groceries and goodies. Poppy stocking up with fruit & veg for the kids meals she prepares. Shopping trolley full and some ...