Mantra on Kent
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Mixed emotions in that we are heading off for a wonderful holiday and at the same time two Australians are about to be executed. Trying not to think of it but......
I am not inviting political debate on the topic but really hoping for a last minute reprieve. Life in gaol they do deserve. Whatever happens we don't need to take it out on the Balinese/Indonesian people; their government perhaps but not them as they were very supportive of ...
... believe either of us went back for a second helping, but we can say we tried them. The favorite bites at our table were hands down the spring rolls, fish & chips, and the profiteroles (little chocolate eclairs). We definitely did not leave hungry, that is for sure! Besides full bellies, we also left with a set of the photos they go around taking of each table. My camera did not do well with recognizing faces against the bright outdoors, so we splurged on their photos ...
... scores is 9 or 10/10 it's a positive reflection on us and further down the line we can actually be subject to additional pay dependent upon the volume we get of these. We've also received our shifts "until further notice" - they're okay working early Monday to Wednesday but with later finishes on Thursday & Friday they're not ideal; we'll see what happens in the coming weeks though, hopefully they'll be flexible! An advantage of the ...
Country Government Type: Federal Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
Current Leader(s)/Party(s): Tony Abbot, Coalition
Ethnicities (% breakdown): 92% white, Asian 7%, aboriginal & other 1%
National Language(s): English
Religions practiced (% practiced): 25.3% Roman Catholic, 17.1% Anglican, 18.7% Other Christian, ...
... the sea perfectly blue and turquoise in parts. We could also just about make out the Sydney skyline. With 5 minutes to jump they opened the door and John made the final attachments to our harnesses. Finally the call came to jump and one by one (okay two by two) people jumped. I was 5th and Rachel 4th. I have to say her face was an absolute picture it was hilarious! She looked absolutely terrified. I was absolutely buzzing (although I look scared for a moment in my video), I wish ...