Soon start shooting the wedding. Started the day by the pool, cant complain about life at the moment.
Only a couple of hours more before I’m logging off and leave for 2 weeks in paradise. My only concern is that I’m very unmatched for the flight over – red, oversized hoodie, practical jacket and neon pink shoes. We all know that wont get you upgraded (right Sanna) as well as it makes me a bit sick being that un fashionable.
Other than that I cant complain. We’ll be picked up from the airport and driven the directly to this place
We’ll spend three days working (that means that Ol will be working and I’ll be found by the pool) and then we’re off to travel the East side and the mountains in the middle.
Apparently there are ok wi fi so I’ll try and update the blog with pictures so you know we’re alive and not stuck in the hospital now that we dont have our own sterile syringes. Or as Ol said this morning ‘I wont be able to hold myself from say ‘told you so’ if we get hepatitis from using their syringes.’ Fair.
It’s Heidi’s Birthday tomorrow as well as Easter and we all know what that means by now…loads of cake, sweeties and sugar highs.
True to form we ventured up to Paul’s (we must be their best customers by now) and picked up a cake. Fromage (fancy word for cheescake as Jonas pointed out) this time to make it a bit lighter for the early morning. Even if the clock hadn’t yet struck 11 it got eaten. I’m proud of my team.
Yesterday went to Anglesea Arms to meet up with Pettan, Hanne and Joe for a beer. It was us and a shit load of old men. That didn’t stop us from having a nice time and devouring beers. They have moved down to South Ken, I’m expecting spring time hang out at Anglesea Arms again.
Eventually my senses got the better of me and I went home to Oliver and picked up some food on the way. Among other things this hideously orange cheese. It was surprisingly good. Then passed out.
Last night was dinner and egg painting at Kix’s. Who knew we would let out our inner artists. Started by making us a green pea soup with parma bread sticks.