Mantra Pavilion Hotel
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... him completely responsible, I took the wrong way out of Wagga Wagga and ended up heading for Narrandera. So we about turned and went back and started again. Back in Coolamon we were half expecting Leah and Andrew to be waiting for us, but no they weren't. We later got a message letting us know their ETA. So we reserved a site in preparation. How did we reserve a site, we parked Terro on it!. Buster, Joel's father called ...
... but this meal was sensational! The highlight of our day was a walk around the Barangaroo area, from Darling Harbour to the Observatory area. The landscaping and scenery there is fantastic. We didn't do any serious shopping, although I managed to buy a pair of 'poo catchers' (casual, loose-fitting pants) from Metalicus. I suspect they will become my favourite item of attire during our ...
Usual 6.30am start for me. Quick load of washing, lunches, last minute panic about clothes( throw some more in the van). I'm packing vacuum away, Z and A are bringing the bins out....... The sound of scratching and bending of metal coming from the front yard.... Yep, Craigie clipped the new fence ( and neighbours front fence) with the back corner of the van!!!! No big stress, maybe a couple of quiet swear words ...
... I'm talking about. The general health and safety of our own country in comparison to Asian countries is just amazing. We may complain about restrictions that laws and governments have put in place to keep us safe at home, but in Asia anything goes. The roads for one thing certainly have no rules and it seems as if everyone makes it all up as they go along. Hilarious to witness but scary to put your life into some of these people's hands. Of course there are obvious things ...
... I've literally been on my own twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Ok so I see the kids in the morning and for a little while after school, as I sit with them until Sal gets back from the office, but really that is it. I finish over at the house and go back over to my flat, where I sit all night alone in front of the TV. I then spend the weekends sitting in my apartment, trying to kill time. I'm so happy not to be working weekends but there's just absolutely nothing to do. I ...