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39 Celcius ??!!!
OMG…I would not be able to move in that weather! Poor u.
Re: 39 Celcius ??!!!
Yeah.. it was nasty. But it’s gone heaps cooler now, like 20-25c or so.. we have very weird weather going on at the moment :T
I was at Frankfurt Airport vegging out at the lounge when I saw on the news the Canberra fires. Still going there? There already? Stay safe!
Hehe.. not “going there”, or “there already”, but “I’m back!”! I was only there Sun and Mon.. the fires are really bad and so’s the air, but we were ok since we were right in the middle of the city (luckily). I’m glad to be out though, it was really hard to breathe there!
I know this is kinda out of the topic but just wondering what is the brand of your digital camera??
It’s a Fujifilm finepix.. but it’s about 2 years old so it’s pretty much obselete – there’s WAY better ones on the market now!
Hi Bev, Shree here. I do hope you have a safe journey and that things get much better in Australia soon. Its really sad and also scary when we have to battle nature in one of its worst forms:(
Please let us know how things go ok?
Take care and hope you do well in the presentation:)
Hi Shree! Thanks for the well wishes 🙂 Canberra was ok.. the place itself was quite awful, but I learnt a lot at the workshop. I’m glad I’m back in Sydney though – it’s hard to breathe and really scary there.. not sure if it’s on international news but it’s ALL over the news and radios here!
hope you enjoy the novelty of your trip 🙂
Also hope you note how much cheaper everything is there too!
Anyway, I wanted to ask you…do our computers from Australia work in SG without any modifications? (not inc. power plug obviously)?
Canberra was pretty good… well, the place itself was bad ‘cos it was so smokey and everyone was nervous, but we learnt a lot during the workshop. We didn’t go shopping, but we did have dinner at a cafe and it was SO expensive!! $15 for a pasta.. I can get it here for half that price :T But maybe the cafe was a touristy one or something..
Oh, and I’m pretty sure computers here work in SG the same way – you may need an adaptor since the plugs are differently shaped, but that’s about it!