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The early bird catches the worm or in our case - the plane!
We are up and out the door at 7:40am, sitting in the car opposite our flat and I ask Clint to take a photo of the front of the flat. He moves the Renault forward to get a better shot and then reverses back to get out onto the road. In that few seconds a car had pulled up and parked behind him.
The Renault hits the front of the car - oh no!!!! Fortunately ...
... baby Feds) and Marcos Baghdatis. We were lucky enough to see Roger Federer play live on one of our visits, but sadly this was the day that he unexpectedly got beaten by Andreas Seppi who played a blinder, and exited the tournament all too early :-( It really was a dream come true being at the Open - the atmosphere was great on all courts and we didn't get totally overheated as players and spectators alike had done in previous years.
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... that term) set-up. The students could freely move from room to room; students could work on different projects while the teachers did conferences with other students. One group was working on a robot, while another was working on their superhero project. I preferred this system, because there was a lot more freedom to choose your own activity. I met some great girls, including Kate, Amber, Tori, and Ifa. It was a great experience, and I was glad to see ...
So far Melbourne has been a complete whirlwind. This is our fourth day here and I don't feel like our feet have touched the ground or we've seen any of what Melbourne has to offer. Day 1 we arrived. Even though we'd had a busy day in Singapore and a night flight we didn't sleep at all so we were shattered when we landed. We had to go through passport control at the airport and they have electronic passport controls here. You scan your passport and then go to a machine which ...
... 8216;beauty’ not her ‘terror’ - that was reserved for man-made challenges. There were our own personal ones, such as van problems. Then there was the evidence of man’s impact on our wild life with the roads dotted with ‘roadkill’. I was present when a ranger had to use a sack and hammer to put down an injured roo. Confronting!
A huge shadow hanging over our land of which there was frequent evidence ...