A lovely day of peace

Kristy on Paul Cotton's first bridge

Kristy and I took the day off yesterday to enjoy some overdue relaxation time. Our first port of call was to Rainesforest for a 1-hour massage. Let me tell ya something, this is one of the best places I’ve ever been for a massage. After the hour was up, Kristy and I got our own private spa and sauna to use at our leisure. How cool! My only criticism is that everything to them is “lovely”. “Lets start your lovely massage”. “Did you have a lovely time?”. “Will you be enjoying a lovely spa and sauna after your lovely massage?”. It must be in the training manual, because they all did it.

Anyway, after some lunch, shopping, and off-leash time with the puppies, we headed to Oxleys to celebrate Kristy’s Grandad’s 80th birthday. What a trooper! It was an awesome dinner, with 20 members of the extended family turning up to celebrate. Kudos to the waiter Chris, who was most helpful in our celebrations. By the way, if you’ve never been to Oxleys, you should go there on your birthday – as long as you’re with at least 1 other person, it’s free dinner time for you.

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