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It's been a busy week!
We sorted out SIM cards, which turned out to be significantly harder than we'd anticipated. We had to wait for my SIM card to arrive in the post - Edd got one on the spot as they hadn't set one up for him yet anyway. Apparently an account being 'approved' was different to being 'processed' in the sense that our account had been 'approved' for a week, but no one had 'processed' it yet, so we ...
... still tons of people behind us.. after a few minutes we looked back and there was none in sight. Sure enough all the people decided to end their walk because of the horrible weather. We pushed through and get a standing ovation when we cross the finish line at the end with the title the "Last Ones" all in all it was great fun and I wouldn't change it for the world.
The day before we spend the day in the city. I got to see what Melbourne has to offer and went ...
... L as well, and see Sienna, sleeping peacefully in Jamie's arms. We did also get to hear her screaming a bit later on in the conversation, but we didn't mind.
Easter weekend was very quiet for us, as we didn't really have anyone to celebrate with! B worked on Good Friday and Easter Monday (public holiday rates, yes please!) while G caught up with some friends and did some planning for work. Easter Saturday we think we spent in the city (neither of us can ...
... that, I don’t think there are enough words to describe the excitement I have to be arriving at the airport at 5am for a flight that could ultimately be the most life changing experience of my life.
Two of my passions are writing and photography, so this trip I have decided to combine the two and blog about my travels. I hope that in this blog you can see how much beauty there is in simplicity and I can share how my heart stops at the views that I ...
... was really pleasant! Running low on cash we ate Dominoes for tea before our transfer back to the airport & a birthday exit row treat for us! Back in Sydney we took the long but cheap route home in the bus - about an hour for $3.50 rather than 30 minutes for $20! With Vicky having not opened any presents the previous day she tucked in before bed! The Sunday we went our separate ways initially, I up and out early for a journey out west in the first match of our football ...