Killara Inn Hotel & Conference Centre
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... going to make any trip lengthy. I'm not a fan of long haul flying at all but I'm thankful we are at a stage in our lives that we can turn left instead of right when boarding a plane. China Southern still has some work to do to compete with other airlines in terms of their business class but hey, as long as I can lie down and sleep on those long trips I'll not complain too much.
Bray: I do love England. So much so that I am already planning our return. ...
... our carport but apart from that all is good. Some people have been without power since Monday so we can consider ourselves very lucky. Of course flights were cancelled for days...I hope mother nature has gotten her craziness our of her system.
So we have a once in a decade Heldon family reunion right before we leave. It will be nice to see absolutely everyone before we set off on this great adventure.
Until day ...
in the holidays me and my brother had a great idea, because i’m 18 i was allowed to go out and party and have a good time. Our idea was to get some friends together and go to the star. When i got there it was very different from what i have seen before a lot of people and alcohol. I started by kicking back with my brother and friends at the bar, putting back the shots and beers. After we became bored with drinking we decided to start gambling. I played my first legal game of 5 ...
... way around the large covered promenade 5th deck. All in all a lovely manageable ship.
We are seated at a table for 6 for dinner and have met one of the couples, Win and John who are from Queensland...they are as unhappy with Mr Abbott as we are with Mr Harper. When they were younger they used to travel about on container ships....once got stuck for 24 hours on one in the Panama Canal because the bribe the captain had paid wasn't high enough. We think they ...
... to sit away from the hustle and bustle of city life. We watched the sun go down at the same time as our stint in Sydney was coming to an end. It was emotional but we found solace in a delightful restaurant called Pony where we spent the evening before our 13 hour overnight bus to Byron Bay. We are both promised back to Sydney in the future; our unrequited love must not go unsatisfied. Onwards an upwards, as they say. Love, Beaky and ...