Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach
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After 6 months of planning, today is the day we embark on our Asia holiday. First stop Beacon Hill to have Boxing Day lunch with the Tumbers side of the family. Had a great time with our gorgeous nieces & so happy Chloe didn't cry this time when I held her. Lots of fun also with Stella's **** goo. Next stop Novotel Brighton beach to stay the …
... all of our emails. She let us know there was
one street in that area of Newtown that had unrestricted parking. As
well she sent in a table and 4 chairs 3 days into our stay. I then sent
her an email outlining our experience and what standard items we had
received in the other 20 places we had rented up until then on our trip
(e.g.., table that will seat all of us…) and asked for some compensation. We were paying 250/night for 10 days…. That is ...
... on Asian food for the next 2 months. After all this relaxation we felt it was necessary for a gym session, we blagged a couple of free day passes and got to work, the weights were a lot heavier than they were 2 months ago. We also reluctantly volunteered to wake up at 630am for a 5k run with Dom and Lucy, wow we are unfit, we could barely keep up and nearly collapsed by the end of it. After the run we watched Neve play modball, an altered ...
... College how aggressively the Australian government was in promoting Australian educational programs in Asia.
Barb and I agreed the other night that Sydney just feels like a big grown up city in some ways compared to Vancouver. There seems to be much more investment in infrastructure...bridges and tunnels...and in public transport. Sydney seems to play the role of Toronto to Australia. The head office capital of the country. ...
... a few laughs watching people getting taken out by them!
Days 84-90 (9th-15th Feb)
Our first week of work went well, it's nice to come home and have something to talk about that we don't already know! We thought we should break up our week by having a mid week treat so we went to the cinema on Wednesday to see Kingsman with Colin FIrth (always a winner). It was really good and because Katie has a Telstra sim card she can get $11 cinema tickets - so it ...