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... rego as long as we promised to get the brakes done asap.
14/09/2013: We towed Christine back to the coast and she is now sitting in the Blue Lagoon Caravan Park. It was also my 59th birthday and what a beautiful place to spend it even if I was errecting our home for the next two months.
So here we are in this magic setting, not a bad way to complete our great adventure or maybe it is just continuing.
... All Blacks) start off each game with a indigenous chant. The game itself started off intense, but then New Zealand kicked major ass. I couldn't help but feel sorry for the Australian fans.
Two weekends ago was another weekend spent in Sydney. We spent most of the day walking around. We ate lunch in the Royal Botanic Gardens, then walked across the Harbour Bridge. We finished ...
... free, use of the binoculars. What a bargain! After a leisurely stroll round the top, we got the lift back down to the ground and exited swiftly past our photos on the big screen for $30 or so and headed to Circular Quay. Hannah insisted on having a sit by the opera house, which in fact turned out to be a rather pleasant stop. We then walked around the harbour, past all the singers, artists and entertainers towards the harbour bridge. The harbour was crammed full of ...
... s no guarantee that you won’t just come back with a bottle of Lucozade, a Ginsters slice, and a kinder egg and forget the paper entirely. I have discovered like many before me, that in these situations it is best to fill yourself with as much grease as possible – a fry up if you’ve managed to get up before the crack of noon, or a pizza/Chinese if the sun has already started to set - and then stay in doors hiding, moaning and feeling sorry ...
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