There's so many things that I've told Dave he needs to get more of, or that he hasn't checked himself to see what is running out, that I think by tomorrow I'll have a very easy job as I won't be able to clean any toilets/ wash any dishes/ scrub any showers! When I noticed that no more washing up liquid had been brought I told Dave's wife, who was on the phone to him at the time, and for some reason he brought everything else apart from that, and then told me it was fine to just leave the washing up. I kind of want to buy some out of my own pocket, but then I want him to see the mountain of washing up that will accumulate with his method. The plan was that after Alice had cleaned at her hostel, and Bex had done the housekeeping here, we were going to go for a rocky road sundae at my work (we have been wanting to do this for ages now, because on the days I work I get 50% discount, and so it would only be $2.50 each), but Bex had a phone call from Hayley (Barry's sister) whose kids Bex is doing the school run for, saying that Keelan's school had rang her because it looked like he had conjunctivitis, and so Bex had to pick him up. Me and Stacey went to Sushi Paradise instead, which has got a very good reputation for sushi in Cairns, and is actually very reasonably priced- the rolls aren't cut up like normal, and so you can buy a big roll for $2.80-$3.50, and having 2 rolls would be a very satisfactory lunch. I had a teriyaki chicken roll and a prawn filled omelette thing. Then we went next door to Fika, a Swedish café that Seb from the hostel works at. Seb and the woman were trying to explain what Mazarin's were, and although they didn't explain it in a very nice way, I had one of those and a chocolaty jammy dodger type thing, with a Chai latte. The chai latte wasn't as nice as those you can get in Starbucks, but the Mazarin and jammy dodger were nice, as was Stacey's chocolate espresso ball (that was very good actually, and at $1.50 a pop I might buy them more). I like the idea of the Swedish word fika- to fika with someone means to drink coffee/tea/squash together, and is most often accompanied by something to eat. Later on at work, some customers ordered their steak "well done rare" which apparently meant they wanted it well done but red in the middle. Later, I went to Alice's hostel as they were going out for a girls last night, although Alice hadn't finished work yet, so I was talking to Simon (a guy who got chucked out of our hostel for being a bit of a d*** when he's drunk, and is now trying to hide the fact from Dave that he's in another one of his hostels). It sounds like he's in love with Bex- he told me he could imagine spending the rest of his life with her! We went to Gilligan's (Thank god for a change!) but it was pretty empty.