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... 60 Australian dollars but well worth it. The service and staff were great, very polite and consistent in the way they waited and served my meals.
After the experience i had today i can not wait until tomoroow to find out a tonne more interesting information and see some more incredible things over here, so excited i can't even think about sleep.
... in front of you out of nowhere and jump in and out of traffic acrobatically. My mind is dizzy with the noise and the unbelievable heat and I look forward to arriving at my hostel.
I booked a room in a hostel called Reggae hostel ( yes you guessed it , it was mainly the name that did it!). A big green wall hides a charming colourful hostel bursing with young people and a great atmosphere.Straight away I felt at home, There are many common areas with ...
... 10k race in the fields. That was his birthday present. Well among other things "a pack of blister patches, a massage, and an ice pack for his knees..." no not really!
2012 has been a wonderful year for me, although I didn't get a chance to write a message last year, but life in Vienna, Austria since 2011 until 2012 has been wunderbar! As sad as I was leaving the UN and my super comfortable life in Vienna, I am more excited about the next step in my life, working in ...
... and lots of land to explore.
As I sat down in the lounge I suddenly felt a warm presence and looked up at the wall opposite me. Right in from of me was a A3 picture of Shirley with a huge grin on her face smiling down at me. My eyes started to well up as I smiled to myself. Shirley had always insisted that 2011 we were all going to go to Jamaica and visit Aunt Joyce. It seemed she got her wish :0)
The day was truly like being on Walton's Mountain with names like ...
... of hanging out, but hated the idea of the horror movie. It doesn't matter how slow the Jason/Freddie/(Fill in blank with zombie character name) is walking in a film. I will always believe that their limping, 1mph gait will be enough to catch the speeding pick-up truck with the helpless, well-endowed, questionably-intelligent passengers. Luckily, the most gruesome film available to watch this week was more of a suspense movie: Max Payne. It was definitely a ...