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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Tuesday 18 July 2006 (Day View)
18.07.2006 – Tuesday 18 July – Golmaal
- • I went on the phones solo for the first time. Trevor taught us about application pools and Blackberry devices.
- • I caught a bus to Garden City, where I met Bronwen. We had dinner at “The Spice of India” (or some similarly named Indian restaurant), and saw the fourth in my series of five movies at five different cinemas in five days—“Golmaal”—at the megaplex there. It was very funny, although the lack of subtitles and my lack of Hindi made it a bit confusing. That a movie in a language I don’t understand can be better than most of the Hollywood movies I’ve seen recently really says something.