Wednesday, December 13, 2006
Is that a baby in your stomach or are you just fat?
The answer is ...14 weeks up the duff. yes baby eddie is on the way and daddy is doing just fine but mother is wee bit sick. Yep kate has been leaving the odd kerbside quiche (cook philip carpark in the city) not to mention to be the first to spew up at a friend's party in newtown.... hers was before everyone started drinking.
So from freewheeling world travelling nomads to whitepicket fence, renovating up the duff couple in just 8 months.
if there's anything we learnt from travelling overseas it's that everyone else in the world is reproducing and if you're not on the team you're nowhere.
so goodbye fancy restaurants, sleep, bars, fun times and hello nappies, tears and responsibility..... woohooooooo. can't wait
Saturday, November 18, 2006
But alas, we have made the transition from sauna to caeserstone
must admit, thought I'd be a little bit more inspired about this blog but no.... i think all the inspirtation was taken out by tradesmen over quoting, and finding last minute problems that need vast amounts of plastic money to fix.... ahh...the sacrifices to have those pull out pantry's.
Chloe the cat was'n't too fussed by it all... as long she got her daily quota of tinsand thanks to my sister Meredith for sponsoring the project and my friend Emma for the design
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
But captive cats can't be be choosers and she should thank her lucky stars she got anything, let alone a a couple of my digits. All in all a great weekend ... as long as you don't add the actual town of Dubbo to the list of highlights
Monday, May 29, 2006
Tuesday, April 18, 2006
After 361 hours aboard quite bumpy buses, 36 luxurious hours aboard trains, 43 hours on rather overcrowded ferries, about 135 hours in cars, 69 hours on planes, some of them the dodgy propellor type, 22 hours on horses, 4 hours on camels, 21 hours on mopeds ( a few of them rather precarious) one hour on an elephant, 6 days aboard a 19th century buccaneer vessel 10 hours aboard motorized canoe 16 hours on the back of a bumpy pickup and about 15 hours on a mountain bike WE HAVE ARRIVED HOME
we have raced around the world and discovered that a) there is a very big world out there b) it's quite interesting c) Australia is a very nice place to live as long as you don't mind sticking your head in the sand so here you go.... a best of collection of the photos and stay tuned for really interesting anecdotes about North Ryde .....
Leoncio the puma, still sends shivers down my spine
Hans the monkey man
Martin the incredible fanta drinking monkey
Cult of the Birdman Easter Island... to join, jump off cliff and first one to round the pointy Island and return alive wins
Where trains go to die, Bolivia
Picnic in the Salar Bolivia
Bridge cycling the latest Burmese adventure sport
Llamas in Southern Bolivia
There's just way too much sitting around in Bolivia
The Bolivian Salar
We're on a road to nowhere
mmm eating.... cant talk hungary
I said only one bucket of cucumbers
Hooray for Elephants
You aint going nowhere french man
Excuse me, is this bus air conditioned?
Early morning in Bagan, Burma
Schwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, Burma
Warning... smoking can seriously improve your ability to be photogenic
Fascinating those rocks isnt it
Burmese days with the Browne
Sorry Marco you're dropping out
hats are definitely IN in Huaraz Peru
Sacred Valley Peru
water's awful salty said the thirsty horse to the parched llama
So you hear Jose has a new job herding llamas
Pass the salt please
Burmese Unbrella convention
The only way to travel Burma
Life at 4000 metres, Santa Cruz trek, Huaraz Peru
World's windiest valley Santa Cruz Trek Peru
Beware of men in tight green shirts and donkeys near the edge of cliffs
Living on a floating island aint what it's wobbled up to be
somebody give that boy a haircut
Machu pichu- Soon to be seen on a christian calender near you
Gotta love that Inca stonework
Is that 50 chickens on your bicycle or are you just glad to see me
You can never wear too much sunscreen in Burma
Ladies and gentleman the lovely Kate Browne
Indiana ed and the Temple of Browne
Temples of Bagan ( Burma)
Temples of Bagan ( Burma)... with model
Whats with the stoney face dude?
And the winner of the world's biggest head 2005 goes too....
Angkhor Wat, Cambodia