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... was already out so I just met up with her and we had some drinks and a dance instead. We went to the grimy hostel bar but it was super fun as there was one of The Ministry of Sound DJ's performing. The music was so good. All remixes of our favourite songs and songs that you can actually sing along to. It was heaving, our 'friend' was working behind the bar, the one we travelled with and she ignored me. Isn't it funny how some people get? Well it's no skin off my nose. I ...
... from 5:30-9, oh yeah and Angus showed up for a swim too which was odd as we had been discussing that earlier on. He was very pleasant and said hello to me whilst my back was turned to him! Maybe he recognised my trainers. At 9 I went and got changed for swim school, when I looked in the mirror I realised that my mascara had run and I had the worst case of a panda eye. I went back and spoke to the guy I'd been talking to and said that he could have told me rather ...
... we learned how to do the power snatch and then squat with the bar extended fully above our heads. We started off stretching our ankles, hips with these great big elastic bands. Well that was a laugh and a half - it kept springing me forward and Terry was getting so annoyed with me. After that we got to it and practiced the over head squat. Well I found it OK to be fair but I've always had strong legs. I just found it hard to keep the bar in the correct place and ...
... but it also has a specific meaning. Anzac is the acronym for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. This corps was created early in the Great War of 1914–18. It's ironic because there's an underlying rivalry and slight dislike between the two nations, much like that between Britain and France. So I guess this day is good in uniting the two main countries that make up the Australasian continent. The status of Anzac Day was not clear until the early 1920s. Peace ...
... He really understands that you have come down just to fly, so he handles the flight plans and just lets you have fun flying--it was GREAT!!
Once we got back to Pete's hangar, we took some pictures of some of his other planes, his hangar museum that is done up with WWII stuff and is really neat even for non-pilots to enjoy. I of course had to purchase some souvenir items from Julie, as well as pay my flight bill, and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking