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The end of a long impressive journey.
We will never forget the beautiful sunsets, the lovely people and the animals we met along the way.
Time to go home to Blighty......I hope it's not too cold.
Favorite Australian phrases and abbreviations;
3. Too Easy
7. How good is that?!
8. Ahhh look......
9. CUBs = Cashed Up Bogans.
Things I will miss;
... school who didn't have tuck-shop. Our tuna and salad rolls were delicious though and it meant we got to stay in the park long enough to hear Big Ben do his thing.
Next, we headed off to Harrods. This is the fanciest shopping mall that I've ever been in. The food court serves things like caviar and prawn cocktails with steak bars and other things lush. There are no fast food chains in sight. It's like a shopping maze in there that's spread over several levels but there are ...
Sara was thrilled to be free of us today and popped out of bed ready to go off on her own. She wished us luck on the tube and ran out the door. Rita and I were thrilled to get her out of the hotel so we could relax and get some rest! After lolly gagging around for a few hours, we got ready to go tackle the city alone. Rita and Amy: First stop was to Nando's for ...
... a coat - and STILL you can see the light. Then I said, you TURN THAT OFF and GET OUT. She never turned it on again. The Asian girl beside her motioned with her hand - don't turn on the phone. I don't know. No one else in the theatre turned theirs on, and it seemed like it was a theatre going crowd. They knew the rules. Once intermission came on - the phones came out. By the time intermission came along, I was ok, but I was ready. I already told one of the ...
... them and creating that relationship but I knew if I began to get attached it would make leaving harder, so now was the best time to do it. But they really want English teachers over here, so it’s surprising that this is this case but I guess there aren’t many supply teachers I guess in that domain. But most schools are quite far so it is a trek getting to them which makes doing it every day very hard.
My friend Marie and I went to a ...