Bit of a follow up. Has the family had their holiday yet, Mike?Can I ask for a bit of assistance here? I have of course been elsewhere online but you can never really tell what's paid advertising and what is genuine and the good folks on ARRSE are a sensible lot and full of good advice (sometimes).
My missus and my 10-yr-old daughter are going to Sydney in a few weeks, my wife has business to sort out and it will be a nice treat for mum and daughter to bond without boring old Dad dragging them to train museums or whatever.
Simple question, they will do the Opera House/Harbor bit obviously but as they'll be there for over a week they'd like to do something more, and more to the point they won't be flush with cash so cheap or free would be especially pleasing, what would you recommend they do/see? They will be staying relatively centrally and reliant on taxis and public transport.
All advice gratefully accepted.
Drinking VB.........Lawnchair Larry: The New Generation
I'm trying to figure out if they've been taken in by CGI or if this is genuine. If it is genuine, I'll be looking forward to seeing what he gets charged with.
It's like watching a combo of Wright brothers first flight and the Harrier bead stead prototype trials.Just watched the news, it’s real
Thank you for asking, sorry I never got in touch but as it turns out it was all a bit of a flying visit, a couple of days mostly taken up with business, they didn't get much time to do anything beyond a few pictures taken at the Opera House. They did have fun though, it was nice for them to get away on a girls' trip together.Bit of a follow up. Has the family had their holiday yet, Mike?
Yeah, they must have bought a bit of England with them. 11 degrees Celsius and raining at 11PM while I write this.It's a bit chilly there now I believe.
Sounds like the neighbor from Hell. Hopefully if she does go back to court again, she'll be charged with wasting the judiciary's time.Just what I needed to today as a pick-me-up, an outbreak of common sense and cruelty to vegans in one package.
A Perth vegan has taken her neighbours all the way to the Supreme Court, demanding they stop smoking, bouncing balls and even cooking barbecues in their backyard.www.smh.com.au
Burnt a cubic metre of logs last week. Sat shivering (ie had to put an extra fleece on) all day Saturday as we couldn’t get the house warm.It's a bit chilly there now I believe.
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