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... I tripped over a giant ghosthole. Metaphorically speaking. I was strutting ma stuff, being cool and playing house until I fell flat on my face and lost it all in one week. I thought I was in some sort of weird apocalypse movie with Tom Cruise, about the end of world and such. Felt very sorry for myself and devoted my life to Netflix.
After two weeks I decided I was done and wanted to chase my freedom.Freedom is ...
... a 10
minute walk, but honestly most people outside my personal family
would have driven there. Especially after a full meal, the walk was a
great change. I love how active and healthy they all are!
The meal was great, but mostly so was
the company. Dirk was as social and energetic as ever. I got to know
Lily a bit more. We all had a drink and entrées, then main dishes
and dessert. I had two of Patty's triangular spring rolls, a
At the Singapore Airport I claimed the GST back on my new suitcase. That made the trifecta of GST claims from three jurisdictions (Australia, Europe (which I don't think I wrote about, we queued for 30 minutes and the refund will take five to eight weeks (I think they send the claim back to the store of purchase to refund onto the card)). The claim in Singapore was by far the easiest. The threshold is also low at only S$100. On a self-serve kiosk I scanned my passport, ...
... clearly not getting my questions. It must be a tonal thing with Asian
languages, but I have observed that when the English skills are not
strong, the Asian-speaking person cannot distinguish easily between a
statement and a question. Interesting!
We worked until morning tea and
finished filling two rolling recycling bins with one-cup baggies of
grain. I had a banana, read the daily cute baby article posted near
the lockers, and stood around ...
Well, before we set off we need to get our rig set-up.
Started the planning and purchasing 12 months ago when we first bought a car. There were lots of great cars on the market. We liked the Izuzu, Jeep, Nissan, Ford Ranger and Mitsubishi 4x4's. At the end the choice was simply based on the fact we'd had a Challenger previously for over 16 years and been very happy with it. Although relatively basic, it can tow 3 tonne and on top of that it ...