Quality Hotel Sands Narrabeen
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... Next update in a couple of days from Paris!
Sam: Yep - ****** way to start the holiday. I had enforced sick leave while Mitch had chicken pox (in case I developed it and exposed all my work colleagues and palliative patients) - so felt guilty and did an extra day when I went back to work this week and had very little time for pre-holiday preparation (packed and ready just minutes before our ride to the airport). Turns out with the flight being cancelled that ...
... FOOTIE game! We got there a bit early, and we went inside the stadium and got some food. The good wasn't too expensive and it was actually really good! We waited about 2 hours for the game to start, and it was such a fun game. We were given flags to wave before the game and so we used them when the Swans scored! The teams that played were the Sydney Swans and Port Adelaide Power. The game was so fun and we really got into it. I hope when I get home I will be able ...
... 21st of this month and start on Monday, May 26 until the end of August. I picked grapes on a much smaller scale for a local farmer one summer in Florida, so I am familiar with the process. Blayney is a small town but there is on-site accommodation which includes internet and utilities, free transportation to the different farms around town, and a lot of nature (and caves!) to see in my free time. The pay is excellent but I will not qualify for a ...
... but once again they found nothing.
Up to the QANTAS Lounge for a shower and some breakfast. Great way to refresh, now the "excitement" is starting to sink in.
We have a couple of hours to wait, then our flight will depart, and off we go. Departing at 0950 Sydney Time and arriving in LA at 0630.
Next update will be today in a new time zone.
... scales on my iPhone no problem. Then a dollar coin, which is bigger than a two dollar coin, because they can. $5 notes are purple, $10 blue, $20 red and $50 yellow; that should help you decode the last paragraph. And 50's are far from rare like they are in England, a weeks food shopping will break into a second one comfortably. Also, the notes are plasticky, presumably so your tears don't stain them as they disappear from your wallet.