Medina Serviced Apartments North Ryde
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... Adalia has a real temper! And we have taught them so much, especially patience when on a flight, behaving appropriately in restaurants and how to speak to adults. I would defiantly do another big trip again if given the opportunity, but just remind myself that travelling with kids is very different to travelling without them. It is no less wonderful, just different. You see different things and get excited about child appropriate ...
... on how to fit in all the activities on offer. And how to fit them in around mealtimes. The best activity was the ballroom dancing class that Steve, Liz and myself took...Dennis said he was getting a drink...but never returned...he said later that he thought he made it quite clear that he was getting a drink from his room! We learnt how to do the Marenga... I don't think it's ever been done the way we did it! Hilarious!, So much fun. We have the ...
66. Cooper’s Sparkling Ale (SA)
67. Cooper’s Stout (SA)
68. Port Dock Ale (SA)
69. Cooper’s Dark Ale (SA)
70. McLaren Vale Vale Ale (SA)
71. Goodieson’s Pale Ale (SA)
72. Goodieson’s Pils (SA)
... Parramatta then delays with train transfer to Westmead...but finally to C4C and mum by 8.40am. She looks tired with eyes watery and saggy..no sparkle or real emotion shown, tho later more chatty. Nurse there and Heath and she talking to her....tires v quickly..had O2 tube and 2 cannulas which were later removed.no real discomfort. A bit saddened to see her so much less independent and confused at ...
... to the hostel. I wanted to make sure Chris was alright but it was also several miles back to the hostel and standing up I found I was drunker than I expected. No matter though. With a jaunty spring in my step I trekked back to the hustle and bustle of the city centre, my shirt tucked into my shorts and my straw hat perched on top of my head, which now had a rather lovely blue flower woven into it. The walk was long and tiring but the wine and cigarettes kept me going. I must ...