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... styles and sizes, we finally had 5 UGG boxes piled up on the counter. My poor father was losing the will to live - (the downside of having an all-female family). Satisfied we had purchased the most compatible UGG boots to go with just about any outfit we headed for the wharf to get the ferry to Luna Park. It started to rain but we didn't let that dampen our spirits. Maddison had a bit of a headache, so I got her a lovely bar of chocolate as that's the cure for most ...
... Unfortunately I didn't dedicate the time to pinpoint the exact cost, but after speaking to a couple of people that I had known had done similar things I figured 6 months, would cost me around $40,000. I know many people that could do it cheaper, but for me it will be a balance between lifestyle, enjoyment and budget. Some of these places I may only see this one time, and I don't want to sacrifice my enjoyment for a few bucks. I have also chosen a ...
... have managed moving to a new country, let alone backpacking through Asia for 3 months.
These past few years are a whole other story just on their own! Those that know me well know how difficult it has been. Not just for me, but for my family as well, especially Michael who has been amazing. Crohns is such a debilitating illness. I would not wish it upon anyone. It is chronic. There is no current cure. It affects different people in different ways, ...
Service on the flight was excellent and again we started off with a single glass of Dom Perignon (not like our first trip with Thai three years ago where I had an entire bottle to myself while Lynne devoured a full bottle of Veuve Cliquot Rose. Ah, standards re slipping year by year.
Somehow the special meals we had ordered for pevious flight were repeated (Lobster Thermidor & Beef Rossini) and this time the cailbre ...
... then in then in the afternoon headed out to pick up our rental car for our road trip to Uluru/Ayers Rock. When we were finalizing everything at the rental company the lady asked us where we were going so we all said Ayers Rock and she immediately stopped the process. Apparently any car that's rented from a big city cannot be taken into the Northern Territory. That bit of information would have been nice to know ahead of time, like when the car ...
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