I’ve just managed to clock up over 100,000 kms of flying for the year. No wonder my arms are tired!
That does include a couple of overseas trips, to San Francisco, Singapore/Jakarta and NZ, but a majority of the flights have been Australian domestic (around 60).
How do I know all this, well a colleague put me onto a website called FlightMemory that allows you to chronicle your flights and then you end up with the statistics and a very nice map of your travels. Here’re my flights.
I’ve only entered the last years worth of flights, but given the number of flights, and the distances I’ve flown, over the past 4 years I would conservatively guess that I’ve made it to the moon and would be well on the way home.
These maps just go to show why I do not have a life 🙂
zaaffran is a superb Indian restaurant at Darling Harbour in Sydney. The views of Darling Harbour and the Sydney CBD are second to none.
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This is a review in two movements.
I’ve stayed at this hotel twice now over the past couple of months. The first stay, I would have to say, wasn’t the best.The bed was, to put is nicely, crap. It was just so uncomfortable I’d wake up more tired than when I went to bed.
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When we couldn’t get into Cha Cha Char’s because it was full, the maitre’d recommended their sister restaurant a couple of minute walk down the river called Jellyfish.
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When we asked the concierge at our hotel for a steak restaurant we were told of this Brisbane institution.
Cha Cha Char is a wine bar and grill at the Eagle Street pier on the river in Brisbane’s CBD.
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