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Today I practiced my Bar Fly Skills for a few hours and
took one for the team as payment for our accommodation. It is Gary and Shell’s
9th wedding anniversary today so we all went to the hotel for dinner.
The food was typical pub food, it was of a good quality and you could not
complain about the service. We all had a good feed and retired to the caravan
awning to continue our fellowship.
... Yum, street food adventures how I've missed you. Satay sticks to start and then I watched an Indian guy for about 10 min making roti! He was like Tom Cruise in Cocktail, clapping his hands, slapping down the roti as it went from a small ball of dough to a thin round about the size of a large pizza, then he'd throw his stick lighter into the air with a great flourish, relight the griddle and slap on the roti. Ingredients were pretty sparse. Half an onion and as many ...
... Dominoes which was handy! That night we slept on a blowup bed in Toms living room which was much better than the previous night! The next morning we had a lie in before doing some more wandering around the city looking for an internet cafe to upload and backup all of our photos! This took up most of the day in the end and in the evening we cooked a delightful thank you dinner for Tom, his flatmate and his other flatmate who works ...
On my way:
I arrived at the Brisbane airport by train 3 hours before departure. It was a slow train ride from the Gold Coast, I listened to music the whole way. I arrived at the Brisbane airport at 8:20pm. Grabbed my ticket from the Malaysia airlines front desk. I found a magazine in the newsagent and a warm coffee, found a seat over by the window were I could see the airstrip. Took me an hour ...
No problems getting to the Airport on time. Pretty well a full flight to Singapore, we had a very cheerful Lead Male Flight Attendant who was happy serving trays of Singapore Slings, never had that before. Flight Singapore to London was almost but we were lucky to have one spare seat next to us so it didn't feel so tight in cattle class. Never had a group of Attendants who tidied the plane hence it didn't look like a bomb had gone off when we landed.