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Another rude awakening by the cockatoos and a surprising lack of pain in the lower limbs, considering yesterday's walk. A fab breakfast with perfectly proportioned pancakes was had al fresco. We headed to the local mall to pick up BBQ food, which Ruth did, whilst Steve made despicable me models with the kids (although steve did show a high degree of artistic flair whilst assisting them!) and I ...
... ears for a while ... so at least they are getting fixed now.
We left after he ate dinner and again got home with Elroy who thought his throat had been cut ... Dinner dinner dinner was all he wanted.
I made our dinner so naturally Elroy let himself out and up the back steps to see what I was up to. And later in the night I let the girls out ... I don't think they even bothered to come downstairs !
... can ride train, bus and ferry anywhere all day (as long as you have a child with you). So we trained into the centre of Sydney and went to the Apple store and purchased B's iPad mini. This was purchased using her pocket money saved over the last 18 months and made an eleven year girl very happy (as I write this she is reading the 3rd book in the Hunger games series on said iPad ). Lunch at the Pyramont Bridge ...
... sore from sitting for so long, my nose is blocking up from the air con (no surprise there) - but I have a vacant seat to my left and and aisle to my right - gotta be happy with that. We are currently flying over which must be Alaska and the first signs of dawn are just appearing over the horizon. I can't believe I have written so much already - I don't think I've written so much since university lol The last 4hrs have been spent dozing in and out of sleep, watching ...
... s India
6 seasons of Rick, the delightful Anglophile, awkwardly spouting some kind of colonial apologist slant while cooking up some smashing dishes. Unfortunately we aren't travelling to Lucknow, the home of the perfect dish which, according to Rick, is a Chennai fish curry. I liked that he was able to convey that the word curry is an English term (!really!) for a variety of dishes with gravy/sauce. It whet our appetites for the food, ...
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