On this Week
Night In CBD
I spent the night at the Grand Hyatt in Melbourne to CBD and went around the city tasting new gins including a visit to the Gin Palace.
I went, for the first time to watch my nephew play indoor football with his friends and despite it being very early on a Sunday morning it was great fun
I have officially gone freelance by resigning from my full time position in Ringwood and for the next few months I be working exclusively for two private clients.
I get a bit bored when I am not working but thankfully when I come home from work my sister in England is awake and my two nephews still have that morning buzz about them.
I arrived in Spain on Sunday night after an eventful afternoon with Monarch. I had an inclination that the day was going to be chaotic when I received a text message whilst queuing to check in saying the flight was going to be 35 minutes delayed but when I checked in she thought it was only 15 minutes.
The last two days in England has seen glorious weather with temperatures reaching 30C in places. It is expected to change this afternoon with a cool change and some showers. The weather reports and the news are all reporting a NHS hotline for advice on how to cope during the 'heatwave'.
I downloaded a great app for my iPhone to analyze my sleep patterns. I am not sure that this month is the best to use as my benchmark due to the World Cup being played through the night and being totally stressed out at work.
I finally upgraded my iPhone to firmware 3.0 and I have not seen any problems running it on my 2G yet and I have even managed to squash 25 icons on my desktop with a folder full of games. And before you say, what about backgammon, it is not a game, it is a way of life LOL.
What do you do post World Cup and pre EPL, you go to the AFL. My first Australian Football League Match was Carlton vs Western Bulldogs and I was supporting Carlton. They LOST! It is a lot less stressful then watching Man City and it has a nice feel not having segregated seating.
Weekly roundup. We launched 3 new versions of Lonely Planet websites , over 1500 pages of new code. They all launched successfully and we celebrated by having a few bottles of champagne in the office.