Monday, September 25, 2006

Brisbane here we come...

I always thought Brisbane sounds a bit like Brian, or Gordon. One of those kind of names.

Anyhow, we're going there in 3 weeks for a holiday. yipppppppeeee.

10 comments:

red said...

go have steak at "morrisons hotel" just down from the cricket ground very very good steak!

Cathi said...

You're lucky, wish I could get out of here and even wish I could go there (I have an online friend there I could meet)

Need someone to carry your suitcase?

David said...

I might be in the general area about that time. Wanna meet up?

The Shopping Sherpa said...

Of course you'll be taking some Babylicious stock to show some shops and therefore can claim the whole thing as a business expense. Right? ;-)

Martha said...

Red, steak it is!

Cathi, you're welcome to come, but you'll have to carry the 2 year old...

David, yes. We're actually there in 2 weeks (in my booking haste I didn't quite realise that...).

And Sherpa, um... it could be. Although I suspect it will be more a business expense in respect of buying shitloads of fabric while I'm there. Can't wait. And as the fares were almost free with airpoints, I don't know what we'll claim... perhaps a snazzy convertible care hire.

Cathi said...

Wait.....you make the T-shirts? I thought the printing was amazing enough, but I assumed you'd found a supplier of children-friendly T-shirts. Or will the fabric be used for other projects?

I'd gladly carry the two-year-old if only I could find the airfare...

Martha said...

The fabric is most definitely for other projects. I'm dreaming bags, bibs and changemats these days.

My good friends at American Apparel and such child friendly places make the shirts.

Kate said...

You're so clever

Brizzie better watch out!

David said...

Two weeks might be pushing it. I've lost your e-mail address. My new mobile one is of format firstlast@gmail.com... send some dates and contact info.

The Shopping Sherpa said...

Crikey! You actually use points for flights? I'm of the "Buy it cheap then upgrade it to business class with points" school thanks to The Pennypinchers' Passport to Luxury Travel (http://www.amazon.com/Pinchers-Passport-Travel-Travelers-Guides/dp/1885211317/sr=8-1/qid=1159259532/ref=sr_1_1/002-9846148-5419220?ie=UTF8&s=books)But then there is only one of me. But Business class Sydney-Wellington-Sydney for $700 can't be sniffed at....