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About dillpickle48

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    NSW Australia
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  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Holland America
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    The Baltic

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  1. Sunday night is pie night at home. So 96 if i don't have any for lunch.
  2. Maybe only 10% of Aussies eat pies. 12 a year, i a month, you have to be kidding.
  3. So if Australia keeps its borders closed until July 2021, so when do you expect it to open ports to cruises. Not till much later is my guess unless a vaccine is available and all passengers and crews have had it.
  4. Any cruise listing Sydney as a destination in September or October is not going to happen. There will be nothing likely until 2021 at the earliest.
  5. Isn't there a by-election taking place soon. Sorry I am too cynical.
  6. The social distancing rule for clubs is a joke. Each room in a club will have its own limit. Our local club has five areas calculated at Bar 50 people, Bistro 30 people, Restaurant 30 people, function room 30 people, gaming area 20 people. And this is a small coastal village. Larger clubs with more rooms and larger room have no limit to the maximum number allowed. Only strange rule is you cannot move from one room to another. This is NSW. Room dividers are not allowed.
  7. The statement read "until at least mid September". Really does not give a definite date.
  8. If only they could condense all the refund and FCC complaints to one thread. This board would be a better place. Stay safe everyone.
  9. Poets day was common in High Schools especially for those with the last period of the day free of classroom teaching. As school timetabler I cannot remember the last time I taught last period Friday. Those were the days.
  10. NZ PM suggested that the start of the ANZAC bubble was at least two months away.
  11. Lightkeeper’s Cottage is a homely heritage property in a stunning location. Built in 1857, the Lightkeeper’s Cottage gives guests an insight into the domestic life of the Lightstation’s first keepers.
  12. It was a very old stone house and was rumoured to have a ghost. Their were three of us staying there and we were the only ones staying overnight. All staff left for the night and we heated up soup, quiche and apple pie prepared by the chef. We got to wander around that night but it was cold and very windy. We will never forget this stay. Just checked it was the lighthouse keeper's cottage according to their web site.
  13. You can stay overnight in the Lighthouse Keeper cottage. We really enjoyed it. Either self cater or have dinner delivered early by the chef before the site closes down.
  14. Staying at home and keeping safe except for medical appointment in Wollongong on Tuesday. Really not happy but must be done.
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