Avonmore on the Park Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Randwick
... is a necessity for working in the restaurant. At 4pm Kerrie and I went to pick Brad up from work so I know the way for running him to and from work to save Kerrie doing it! At night I face timed mum and dad for Father's Day which was great to talk to them! Then at 6.45pm we all went for dinner - Kerrie, the three boys, me, Jess, Jess's parents and Laura, it was really nice! I had a pasta dish which was very yummy! When we came back home Kerrie and I watched Grease as it ...
... I was suprised how many enjoyed it and am thankful for the constructive comments.
There was a few times I had no network coverage and wasn't sure if anyone either knew or cared where I was and what I was doing. Some people (including me) still find it hard to believe I actually went:-). It was a great experience for me stepping outside my little 'Cancer The Crab' safety zone and will be certainly better prepared for next time.
... chicken and porridge were some of our cheapest options for camping food… mapping out our route through Australia’s endless National Parks, we set off with more tinned chicken and porridge than anyone should ever consume. Thanks to Aussie’s love of BBQ-ing, there were free BBQ’s everywhere; unfortunately we couldn’t afford meat but crafty Jana figured out how to BBQ toast.
In our 12 days ...
... for the journey, clean them up and then donate them to the road crew that follow us on the trip. Vietnam is a poor country so a pair of boots worn for only six days is very well received. The average Vietnamese wage is the equivalent of about $1.00 Australian a day. Big W, pair of $30.00 Bata work shoes Bunnings, Pair of $15.00 framers gloves (finger tips cut off so I can operate the ...
... in the
U.S. We ate at this one which was
basically a take away place, not like the one in Bellevue. What a coincidence. Karen had milk chocolate and peanut butter
fudge gelato and I had white choco chip and salted caramel. WOW!!!
Took the tram back thru Chinatown and walked back to our hotel for the
last night in Sydney. Sydney has a lot
to see. We could have spent another 3
days here probably.