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    flight tickets
  • (Flight ticket) An airline ticket is a document, created by an airline or a travel agency, to confirm that an individual has purchased a seat on a flight on an aircraft. This document is then used to obtain a boarding pass, at the airport.





    bid
  • (of a contractor) Offer to do (work) for a stated price; tender for

  • Make an effort or attempt to achieve

  • offer: propose a payment; "The Swiss dealer offered $2 million for the painting"

  • an attempt to get something; "they made a futile play for power"; "he made a bid to gain attention"

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Cruisin'




Cruisin'





"There's nothing here I want." Cliff flicked through the photocopied list of the available items.

"You have to bid on something," I whispered. You can't attend a charity auction and not at least look like you are making an effort.

"I know," he said, "but there's nothing interesting here at all."

"What about the cruise?"

"Ugh." He looked at the list again and set it on the table. "I can't think of anything worse."

The MC blew into the microphone and asked everyone to pipe down; the auction was ready to begin. A photograph, a signed football, a weekend in a local hotel. When he got to the cruise, Southhampton to New York on the Queen Mary II, I was surprised to see Cliff raise his hand.

"You get seasick looking at me in the bath," I whispered.

"I don't have to win." He gave me a smile and raised his hand again, upping the bid. "But I'm doing my bit to get the bid up, more money for them."

"Going once, going twice..."

The theory was fine, the reality was slightly different. The other person didn't bid: we'd won a cruise.

I was quite happy about this, I've never been on a cruise. Southhampton to New York, okay not a lot to see but it would be interesting and definitely something different.

Cliff was less impressed. "Oh good, they have internet connectivity, I'll take my laptop. And I'm not going if you don't look the part, you desperately need new clothes."

He consoled himself that he'd at least got a great deal on the tickets, a stateroom, wow! Then it became clear it wasn't such a good deal: there was no return flight included: as we were "charity" we were quietly dumped in New York and left to find our own way home. Then, of course, there was the price of the clothes.

I went shopping on my own, to find that Cliff was unimpressed with all the great deals I had found.

"Looks like it was on sale," he said with a grimace, and dragged me to Bond Street. The man should have been given a Barbie as a child, he excels at dressing up women and finding just the right thing to bring out the best in any figure. He'll quite happily spend the entire day in clothes shops flicking through their inventory and picking things out. Unfortunately, I hate dressing up and generally try to avoid shopping with him for as long as I possibly can. When I think of my clothes obsessed friends, I feel quite guilty; he's completely wasted on me.

But this was fun in a bizarre "this is not my life" sort of way. He told each shopkeeper that we were going on a cruise and that I needed to be dresssed appropriately, then both would go scurrying through racks of clothes while I stood in the dressing room trying things on as they were thrown over the rail at me.

"That would be just perfect for sitting by the poolside," said the shopkeeper as I put on a fluttery Gone-with-the-Wind style pastel dress.

"Will I get champagne to go with it?" I looked in the mirror and tried to imagine the scene. It needs someone a fair bit more willowy than me to pull off, but I can just about imagine clutching at the rail, blowing kisses to a man in a double-breasted suit who is lugging my cases onto the ship for me.

I grinned and put it in the yes pile, carefully avoiding any eye-contact with the price tag which I know will break the spell. The vision should have actually made me consider the result of this shopping: two full cases for a six day trip.

Every time I thought I was done, it seemed I'd missed some other vital aspect.

"But you need shoes and a handbag to match that dress!"

"But I'm taking my black evening bag and my normal handbag and three pairs of shoes already!"

"They don't match, yellow shoes and a tiny little bag that you can barely fit a lighter in, let alone anything useful, will be perfect. And I threw your handbag away so you need a new one anyway."

I'm not sure if this is simply an extended form of dressing up, having gained my acquiesence if not approval for once, or if it's pure revenge for making him go on a boat. The bedroom is covered in clothes, the cosmetics bag (purchased on my behalf) is bigger than the backpack I used to travel for two weeks with, the stack of shoes alone would make Ismelda blush.

Tomorrow morning I'm lugging this all to England and Thursday evening I enter the world of the Queen Mary II. Lets just hope I can keep it up for 6 days.











Sold! for $6000




Sold! for $6000





As a bonus before the FotC boys came on stage, the organisers auctioned off a new acoustic guitar autographed by Jemaine & Bret specially for tonight's concert.

After lots of dramatic bids, it finally sold for $6000. Woohoo!

This photo also shows the crowd size for the concert. 2000 tickets, a capacity audience for the Rec Centre.









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