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... hiking socks, raincoats, backpacks etc are near impossible to find at the regular outdoor outlets. I can't figure out if Aussie children are just raised tough and do without or if parents just leave them at home.
Thank you Kathmandu for your wonderful service! And for providing every thing we needed for our little people! (Albeit pricey). We don't know what we would have done without you!
Chaos abounds, excitement is mounting. Can't believe we are almost ...
... We always enjoy time together and can easily fill in the time chatting, eating and drinking. Next get together that we can attend will be in November.
We have enjoyed staying in our home away from home in Wheelers Hill. Our friends, Jocelyn and Greg, were home until Tuesday, 5th and then they headed off with their caravan heading initially to Port Macquarie and then north and west from there and ...
... after some time to go and meet Georgia's family and Geoff for lunch at a Japanese restaurant called chocolate Buddha in federation square. My lunch was very tasty, consisting of teriyaki salmon, brown rice, miso soup, edamame beans and green tea. We then went back to the RACV club where Georgia's parents were staying to say goodbye. After another set of goodbyes we went to the supermarket to stock ...
... Port Albany in the late afternoon with the weather clear and sunny. It was great to see some fishing boats and sailing boats come out to escort us in and there was one lone chap with Bagpipes that played for us as we were manoeuvring to dock at the Wharf. He received a big cheer from us that were all out on our balconies (port side). Was fantastic to see the people of Albany welcome us so warmly. Once we ...
... up to a bright sunshiny day in our lovely Melbourne home that we had rented for the week. It was in the very trendy Richmond area of the city with lots of handy shops and bars. It was also on two tram routes in to the city which was very useful. It happened to be Joe’s 25th birthday so we celebrated with breakfast at the nearby Bendigo Street Cafe. Later we met up with Tom Cunningham and Morg in the local pub. Then it was back to ours for fajitas and a Peppa ...