Carlyle Suites & Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... what if,' or 'I wish.' One of the biggest things about my trip was not to have any regrets. We were grateful for our new friend's advice, but this was OUR trip and we wanted to decide for ourself if we liked the place or not. Well Phi Phi turned out to be one of my favourite places, it's truly beautiful and Stef and I had such an amazing few days there. It's one of the places I look back on with a smile. We met great people there, had such a good time and it's definitely ...
... opposite direction. And so because I'd gone the wrong way, I'd used nearly all of the fuel that was left in the car. So now I had to double back on myself whilst panicking about whether or not I'd make it to a petrol station. Thankfully I found my way and located a service station, so this problem was solved although it was a very close call. What would I have done if I had broken down and had to call my employers on my first drive into town? They'd think I was a complete idiot! As ...
... out to Marrar to the cousin’s farm. We were staying with Phil and Donna (yes another Donna), who we usually met at Renmark every year (little town on the Murray River in SA for a week or two of water skiing). They have a wheat/canola farm which at this time of year was looking very green with crops coming through nicely. Arrived about 1.30pm and after catching up on local news over a cup of tea and the boys playing with the dog and cat, ...
... went on to the next round. I couldn't hit the damn thing for love nor money. It was harder than it looked. Helen was our champion. She at least got into the second.round.
The final event was the Awards Contest. This involved the awarding of prizes for all the contests and competitions that had been held over the weekend, including the reading of the winning poems. The Award for the Trivia Night was handed out to The Murder of Crows, and our little team trooped up ...
Once again I find myself behind with my blogging. It's now the start of week 11 and this is me just getting round to writing week 9 and 10. Anyway hear it goes. This week went pretty quickly. Georgie was off school on Monday with a cough but I think she was just testing the water with what a day off school is like, and as she found out it's not as fun as it used to be when she wasn't supposed to be at school! She figured that out by about 12 once I'd told her no she couldn't have ...