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... and it's so funny because he walked inside and he's like "Maddie I weirdly missed you a lot" haha and I was like me too! It's like I've known them for ages and I'm just part of the family. So we sat down and Jono wanted to see my pictures that I've taken on his camera. So that took awhile even though I only showed him some of them :P He says I have reignited his love for photography which is really cool. We then decided to head out for awhile and to visit some of ...
... make for an interesting outfit...) and being fitted for our stab-proof vests (but don't worry, no-one has been stabbed since 2008!). They are custom made for us in Germany, and are apparently barely ever needed (so don't worry Mum!).
We woke up this morning to find that it had snowed overnight, and it was a pretty decent fall (for us Aussies anyway!) I was a bit excited and ran outside to play, but only for a short time ...
... weather and world affairs. It is not only in the bars but also
while travelling on the city trams that I got involved in many enchanting
conversations. One of the best times that I had was when I was drawn into a
chatting session with a group of teens who made me laugh like I had never
laughed before in my life. I also had an interesting conversation with a
curious elder who found my tablet to be a wonderful accompaniment, eliminating
the need to go ...
... pieces of this cut are the Cullinan I and II, weighing in at 530 carats and 317 carats, respectively. Cullinan I was inserted into the Sovereign Scepter, while Cullinan II was set in the front band of the Imperial State Crown (this is the crown that is worn at the end of the coronation ceremony and at all formal occasions after). Cullinan III and IV, the next two diamonds cut, were used by Queen Mary in her coronation in 1911, and now they form a ...
... and see what the white etchings really are. The whole design of this lengthy wall is inscribed in white writing, with the names of the towns where the Australian soldiers, killed in one of our many conflicts, lived. Up close, you see these towns from around the world where our soldiers had been born – however, to form the Battle Names, some of the letters had been made slightly wider and brighter, which was hardly distinguished up close, but created ...