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15 April 2009 @ 12:30 pm
my holiday twittering  

00:12 One of the great things about being abroad is opportunities to try foreign food. So I'm having my first root beer. What the hell is in it?! #

09:32 Oops, didn't sleep on flight. Watched Twilight (to my shame), Bolt (lolled in parts) and Rachel Getting Married (very moving). Next stop NZ! #

15:12 Through immigration. Talking to futurecat. Well sort of - she's lost her voice! #

18:12 left a #bookcrossing book in Cranmer Square, Christchurch. Fluke, about a dog who used to be a man. #

18:21 can't log into bookcrossing. Any one else with issues? #

18:27 People I've met so far: futurecat, lyttonwitch, libertine101, sherlockfan, aon (or aom?). Will meet more tonight at dinner. #bookcrossing #

18:33 Oh, btw, for those who might be interested, my Lovely Man has joined twitter. He's @nuteile. #

19:25 Left a #bookcrossing book, Feel the Fear & Do It Anyway, outside Ginkgo on Hereford St, Christchurch, on the parking meter. #

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Fluke: http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/6765367
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway: http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/6846488
 
 
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(Anonymous) on April 18th, 2009 01:04 am (UTC)
Foreign Food
Root Beer a foreign food? How funny.
Root Beer floats are a summer staple around here.
Dympna
a very caring potato: irish passportmollydot on April 18th, 2009 05:33 am (UTC)
Re: Foreign Food
Well, it is to me - American! I don't think I've ever seen it in Ireland. Where are you based?

I saw a drink today called Sasparilla. I presume it's the same thing.