Saturday, December 17, 2011

Business Class...yeah baby!

So yesterday I flew business class for the very first time. My dad upgraded my ticket to Melbourne with his air points and now I'm here!



Pre-Flight
Airport: You don't have to wait in long queue's and checking through customs is much faster.
Lounge: So it is a really nice and spacious area, lots of seats and tables. There is a nice dining area where you can help yourself to the food, and a very nice selection of drinks at the help yourself bar.

I tried a few things like mini shepards pie (good), chicken with cheese (dry), Slices of eye fillet with spring onions (yum) and Cold smoked salmon with apple and radish salad (yum). I down those with a couple of CC and drys.

Also in the lounge is a very lavish bathroom with showers and grooming areas. Towels, toothbrush and combs etc. are all provided.

In-Flight
Seat: The leg space! You can see immediately why you pay at least double for the ticket and it's because you get twice the space. The chair can vibrate and recline fully. Please watch this in-flight demo.

video

Service: Pretty much the service is amazing. You get a lot of one to one service. They are very friendly, know you by your last name, take your orders on paper and then serve it to you. None of this drag a cart and block up the lane crap.

Food: Pretty decent menu. I forgot to take pictures of the main courses tho =(
I got to have my cousin's dinner as he wasn't hungry, so I order for me Prawns and salmon salad and the Ricciole pasta with spinach and ricotta cheese (win) and I also ordered two desserts (win). 


Lavender Panna Cotta

  
Lemon Tart but It was really a Lemon Cheesecake

So my first ever flight on business class was awesome. If I was only ever going one way to somewhere I would definitely consider it. It can get really costly though if you go both ways.


Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Hate is love. Love is hate.

I love to sleep. I hate that I have to sleep.

I love to eat. I hate that I have to eat.

I love to love. I hate that love is far away.

Thursday, June 30, 2011

I Heart Dilbert


Haha...I love it when people take aim at iPhones.

Photo Challenge: Day 30 (Self Portrait..Also last one)


My school art project is going to be the death of me

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Photo Challenge: Day 26 and 27 (Close up + From a distance)


Close up of my favourite series. Just thinking about them turns me on.


Flatmate Chris and Ruby. He's actually watching TV but it looks like he's having a nice sleep/cuddle here.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Photo Challenge: Day 17 and 18 (skipped 16)


My favourite headphones


If you want some awesome shoes, get Mizuno...they are amazing

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Photo Challenge: Day 13, 14 and 15


Myself with 13 things


Audee's pretty eyes


Who doesn't remember these silhouettes? 

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Photo Challenge: Day 10 and 11 (Childhood Memory + Something Blue)


I've had all three since before I was born and remember them being on exactly that bedside table back in my old house in Avondale.


Used to teach my cats a lesson.

Thursday, June 09, 2011

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Photo Challenge: Day 8 (A Bad Habit)


I am so addicted to the internet it is not funny. You would find me in the fetal position if I went without it for more than a day. 

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Photo Challenge: Day 7 (Fruit)


Making overripe bananas for Fear Factor Gladstone Style! 

Monday, June 06, 2011

Sunday, June 05, 2011

Saturday, June 04, 2011

Photo Challenge: Day 3 and 4

 Cloudy skies and wait....UFO's?

Maybe we need Green Lantern to come and save us

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Photo Challenge: Day 1 and 2

My friend Megan put this on her blog and I thought I might give it a go. It is for the month of June. I did miss out yesterday, so two photo's today!





Me in my classroom. Look at the 3D shapes in the background!


I have quite a few t-shirts from threadless. This is definitely one of my favourites and the only yellow shirt I own.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

What is life?

I love my job.

I teach year 3 children, which means they come to be at age 6 or 7, and leave at the end of year age 7 and 8. I often tell people I love my job and that I am so happy to talk about my job and what I do, what shenanigans my children do. Yes, I do call them my children, all 28 of them.

I love my job. Sometimes I think it is what keeps me going day to day.

Outside of my job, I have good friends. I have money to spend on what I want, but often I feel like it doesn't mean much. I don't have anyone to look after and am too old...and not old enough to be looked after. I just don't have a responsibility outside of school life. Seems sad right?

I'm not sure if this is my quarter life crisis. I haven't had the urge to buy big things. Yet I feel that school life is what keeps me going even if it is over worked and you have to deal with crappy parents sometimes.

I hope I find my equilibrium soon.