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... Been waiting around all day for her.
Collected the bags, caught the bus to the car, drove home and got home around 10.30pm. Went to bed slept like a baby, got up went to work.
Well folks that is it. A big Happy Birthday to Leanne and hope she had a great holiday and enjoy Fiji.
Until next time, where will it be and who will it be with? We are open to offers, I wouldn't say up for grabs but open to offers.
... rice, papperdums, bread and vegies. Round 2 the points are split with a second helping of lamb curry and papperdums but struggled to finish. Round 3 goes to the lamb curry as it attacks Tone's stomach. Rounds 4 to 9 go to the lamb curry. Tone loses on a TKO after nine rounds.
The curry has been awarded the bout but I believe it may have been helped along the way by days of eating different food and drinking the local brew.
Until next time, stay cool.
Bula, my little virtual friends.
Day 2 started with a bit of a sleep in and then a bit of a rush to get down to breakfast by 10am given it was 9.30am. Breakfast was pretty standard for motels / resorts. Bit surprised how many people were there as there was not many walking around last night. Mental Note: get to bar early for Happy Hour to snag a table.
After breakfast Leanne and I went for a walk along the beach then back to the room. I used up the last 30mins of our ...
... in order so we jumped in the ocean with vague agreements that we'd meet him on the beach at some point in the morning. Upsettingly, someone came to say that it really was time we got ourselves ready as we were due to be married in 40 minutes. Begrudgingly we bade our farewells to the tropical fish and set about dressing ourselves in proper clothes. My hair really wasn't going to start behaving itself so with a "bugger it" I stuck some pins in it ...
If being one of the top 10 romantic destinations in the world wasn't enough, we also booked the Romance Package. On top of a couples' massage, we were marooned on a sand atoll with a packed breakfast, a parasol and a satellite phone. Although there was 90% cloud cover, the water was a pristine array of blues and the sand was a light sand colour that it gave the impression of bright sunlight. Luckily we had the umbrella or else Bolly might have ...