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Friday, December 31st 2004

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Leaving Kiama

Yuko filled in the feedback form by ticking the happy face. However she also wrote one criticism; they didn't give her hair conditioned and a shower cap one day! I'm outraged!

We then checked out and had breakfast at Amaki. The news continues to get worse and worse in Asia.

Before leaving Kiama we visited the supermarket and shopping mall where Yuko may have lost her ring. They said it had not been handed in, but at the mall they took our contact details.

The return trip was uneventful. Coming back over the Harbour Bridge we saw the much-hyped mirror ball in place for tonight's New Year celebrations.

New Year

At 11:40pm we walked up to our usual fireworks-watching vantage point on the high field of St. Ignatius College. As we entered the field we could hear a bunch of young hoons approaching singing patriotic songs (Advance Australia Fair, Waltzing Matilda etc.) very loudly. They followed us onto the field and joined the crowd of about 50 people who had

Before leaving Kiama we visited the supermarket and shopping mall where Yuko may have lost her ring. They said it had not been handed in, but at the mall they took our contact details.

The return trip was uneventful. Coming back over the Harbour Bridge we saw the much-hyped mirror ball in place for tonight's New Year celebrations.

New Year

At 11:40pm we walked up to our usual fireworks-watching vantage point on the high field of St. Ignatius College. As we entered the field we could hear a bunch of young hoons approaching singing patriotic songs (Advance Australia Fair, Waltzing Matilda etc.) very loudly. They followed us onto the field and joined the crowd of about 50 people who had already gathered. They continued singing, swearing, and throwing burning objects high in the air.

I took a picture of them...

Hoons with burning objects

The new year began and the firework burst forth...

This picture is stolen from another website. Our view was of lesser quality.

We toasted the new year with Strawberry sparkling wine, but it was hard to relax and enjoy the show while constantly having to listen to the hoons.

I poured the wine discreetly and slipped it back in my bag lest the hoons see it and get over-excited!

Another Year Over

And thus, another amazing year in the lives of the Noswonkys, ends.

Come back in 2005 for the continuing adventures of the Noswonkys. The first topic for next year will be Sex on the Beach.

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