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... been given another 2 days off. And I never do anything! I have not learnt a thing, other than that I dont think they do their sulphurs correctly.
Everyone has to end up in a job they dont like, I know it. Although at times I look back and I struggle to remind myself why I left my cushy job in Nelson. It is only for another 4 weeks, and then I am off back home to a new job, one I have my fingers crossed will work out better for me.
Sadly I dont ...
... we went shopping at a huge shopping complex. i bought 4 items of clothing for $12 . Two didnt fit but Kylie kept one and i will give one to Renee maybe. I also bought a dish with 3 sections for dips or nuts. for $10.We came back home and relaxed till 6;30 then went to George s hotel for dinner. then watched footy before turning in ...
... book will hopefully serve us many pleasant memories for the years to come, I felt it appropriate that the recall of the then current major world and local events would appropriate our book as it will serve as some comparison for the "then and now" in the years to come. ...
... and appropriately enquiring. They laugh a great deal and appear to be loyal folk. Indians appear to have a strong affiliation toward Australians. Perhaps it's related to the past British heritage that we both shared and yes, cricket. The latter became a very common language / topic: especially given that the World T20 Cup was being played during our visit. India certainly stops when the cricket is on TV. The Melbourne Cup syndrome !! For the record, India was doing ...
... of road transport: be it in rural or large urban centres. Bullocks and animal drawn drays are almost ubiquitous.
In summary, I offer the following comments / observations:
i) given the massive population the road congestion is a fait accompli. What appears to be dis-order is not. Roads typify Indian life. Lots of items competing for the right of passage. As I have noted elsewhere, your existence on the road is not a ...