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The business is a small take away food shop in. sydney. The training is part of 457 program
I hope to open take away food shop in England THAI food and hoping some one can tell me what is required please dont tell me to contact any of the english border agency or home office has they are just pricks and twats with their heads up their arseholes 100% of the time
Im going to New York in November for 4 days. The first day we're going to Statue of Liberty as its the furthest away, we've bought Empire State Building Tickets. Ive already decided im visiting M&M World, Toys R Us and Macy's and also Ice Skating. Is there any other good shops and especially food shops to try? Our hotel is right near Empire State Building so we're staying right in central Manhattan.
Who does what chores and do you think the chores are fairly divided? (Yard work, laundry, bill paying, cooking, cleaning (bathrooms, kitchen, vacuuming, sweeping, dusting, windows), putting laundry away, food shopping,car oil changes and maintenance, car cleaning, etc...)
It seems many Fish and Chip shops these days are run by Chinese immigrants, and now seem to have Chinese takeaways as their main business, and Fish and Chips as a secondary business. In fact, it isn't uncommon to by a portion of chips and for the chips to taste strongly of Chinese food. On the whole, it seems take-away food like Indian, Chinese and Kebabs are more popular now, and that the traditional fish and chip shop has become an unsustainable model.
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2399352.ece This woman has the time to go to fast food shops but not the time to cook some veggies for her kids! I think she is vile and should have her kids taken away from her until she actually understands why what she is doing to them is wrong! Don't forget - these kids are 8 Months old!
I recently had some take-away food from a Thai restrauant in Mackay and their Curry Puffs were to die for, no fast pastry there, it was made with like a special type of flour, does anyone know the secret?
My parents are planning a two week trip in the summer to hike Machu Picchu and live with the locals for a "native" experience. They will be covering the costs since its a family trip and we will also be traveling with extended family. A close friend of mine (she's basically like my sister) is going to South Korea this winter to visit her extended family, since she hasn't seen them since she was young. Although I know her very well, I have never met her extended family. However she's not concerned about the trip and is confident that I'll be comfortable traveling with her. We will also be traveling with her older brother (without their parents). Since this is not a family trip, I will probably end up paying for it, although I'm not concerned about the expenses. My friend says we will be saving on costs by staying at her family's houses all over the country. We will mostly be spending on food, shopping and transportation. Here's the deal: I'm not particularly fond about traveling with my family at all. My parents insist on inviting family to our trips and I hate it because its so stressful. Negotiating this with them is not an option - I either stay at home this summer or go with them and deal with my family's insanity. It never works out, and I know this from past experience. I will undoubtedly have more fun with my friend, and we will be able to do whatever we want (I'm not suggesting we're going to get into trouble though, we're good kids). I am saving money and also learning Korean in preparation for the trip. My parents are very traditional and are worried that I will be raped by either the older brother or male family members of her family, and are hesitant about letting me go for those safety reasons because they don't personally know her extended family. They have never let me stay over at any family's place where a male member is present - which basically means I am not allowed to travel/sleep over with anyone. However, I put full trust in my friend to not intentionally put me in any danger as she knows her family better than I do and would never hurt me for any reason. This is essentially my first trip without parental support, which is why they are nervous about giving me permission. However, I have lived away from home before without them - once for a short two weeks in a summer program abroad, and for one year I lived at a city-based, urban college three hours from home (I transferred due to financial reasons/career changes, nothing related to my independence). I can legally drive and have a lot of experience with the process of traveling - I have traveled at least once every year since my infancy. As long as I have access to money and a place to stay, I am confident I can get around by myself. All three of us (me, my friend and her brother) are college-aged students and all of us have experience taking care of ourselves. I am DYING to go with my friend as we've been planning this for years now. I have to choose either Peru or Korea. What do you recommend based on this information?
I just went to food shopping, my 2 years old son throw a tantrum right on floor, he refuses to walk and started screaming. I have bags in my hand, I didn't know what to do, luckily someone came to help us. But he has being doing this so often lately, and he's getting heavier and heavier to be drag along, especially I had bags in my hand. What do you do in this situation?
My husband, our little dog and I want to go away for Christmas. We live in NC. What is the best place to go for a 7 or 8 day Christmastime vacation that's about a day's drive from Raleigh, NC? We're not skiers, hunters or adventurers. We're both in our late sixties. We both enjoy beaches, scenery, shows, good food, shopping and other relaxing forms of entertainment. We don't want to go anywhere that it's going to be colder than the Raleigh area.