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So apologies that we are way behind with the blog. Seems to be a case of lacking an internet connection and being so tired that I couldn't really bring myself to turn the iPad on. Where did we leave off.....oh yes arriving in Sydney. We had been in contact with Ellie and Simon (Liz's sister in laws mum and partner) and had been offered a bed for the week which we gratefully took up and how nice it was to be in a single location, a house with a bedroom ...
... rubber rings to go down it and that was just hilarious.
I went out with Nick again on Tuesday for some drinks and something to eat. We went to a burger place called Mary's in Newton and , which apparently it's the best burger in Newton. I wouldn't say it was the best burger but it was a pretty good one. It's a typical Newton kind of place, quirky and dimly lit. I had a great evening with him again as he's a really nice guy and we get along well. ...
... lights that actually work!! Take a look at the photos, fantastic job.
After our lovely dinner, washing up done (this is where I come in handy!), I was told to take my seat at the table, and my adorable grandchildren walked out of the pantry with a birthday cake, candles glowing and faces smiling.
What a wonderful effort, Maddie had iced the cake, rolling out the icing, laying it on the cake, cutting out the icing into stars & ...
... for us, 3 hours inside the worlds smallest country, VATICAN CITY
31: relief to be with family in Tolo, GREECE. A long awaited small village feel after big city hopping across Europe. A perfect week with Jenny and Uwe
32: The Irish jig, countryside, people and music made IRELAND Europe's hidden treasure
33: It's all about family, understanding roots and filling in the missing pieces of the puzzle, England UNITED KINGDOM. The family reunion and spending time with ...
... with them! The church bit, in the lovely old sandstone St Paul's Anglican Church in Burwood was beautiful and very moving. The reception in the Herb Garden of the Botanic gardens was fabulous. I enjoyed seeing Diana's old friends again some of whom I haven't seen for 25 years, and meeting some of Grant's friends and family. Here we are back in Perth exhausted and happy. Getting ready for heading north next ...