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Thursday, June 09, 2005

Travel to Australia

That's great news, Beth! What a wonderful opportunity -- it's so good of your company to let you visit customers and prospects again.

Please keep and post notes about your trip to Australia, as well: preparation, the actual journey, sight seeing, etc. There are great internet cafes in every major city these days, and it is very cheap to get online for an hour or two.

What about Lauren?

Again, congrats!

- M

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats. If she goes to Australia she has to see a few things.

Go to Dubbo and see their arrangement of XB Falcons and Kenworth Caps, a real treat.

Frankston in Victoria is also a highlight of the tour. Lonely Planet have called it 'The Projection TV capital of the World', a must see.

And end your trip with a visit to either Redfern or Macquarie fields. Every Friday night they celebrate 'Police Thanksgiving Day'. So go hire a uniform and join in the party like atmosphere.

Congrats again.

9:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Australians call their native people either boongs or coons. So if you see an Aboriginal when down there, remember to always refer to them as that. It's insulting not too.

9:26 PM  
Blogger Mom said...

Thanks for the tip!

10:46 PM  
Anonymous Emerson said...

Think about staying. In Australia.

10:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow those tips were bad in sooo many ways!!!!

Here are some GOOD TIPS

AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM
Exhibitions include indigenous Australians, Biodiversity, Skeletons, The Chapman Mineral Collection, Dinosaurs.

6-8 College Street, Sydney (opposite Hyde Park)

Open 9.30am-5pm daily.

Admission: Adults $8

Lockers available $1
Tel. 9320 6000

CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC
Free concerts by students on Fridays during term. Originally built in 1819 as stables for Government House. Currently undergoing major renovations.


To help with your weight issues
(sorry to bring it up)

COOK & PHILLIP PARK
City's newest swimming, fitness and recreation complex. 50m pool.
4 College Street, Sydney
Tel. 9326 0444

8:25 AM  

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