Since we don't have internet, I couldn't look up the number to call NAB to block my card, but I saw Thibault at the train station who looked it up on his phone. I thought it was a very good service that you could put a temporary block on your card, and then if you found it you could instantly unblock the card- I'm not sure if they do it in England, but they should introduce it if not as sometimes you don't want to block it in case you just left it somewhere it can be easily found.
I left early for work so that I could try and track it down and also to withdraw some money from the bank in case I couldn't find it. It wasn't at work, but I rang up the library and they had it in lost property... phew! I think I had too much stuff on me yesterday to notice I hadn't got it.
For my pedometer, you had to work out your stride length, and I was wondering where on earth I would find a tape measure, but a guy came in to make measurements for the new store, so he was probably a bit amused when I asked him if I could use it measure my 10 strides.
On my lunch break, Patel got me to get loads of Soda water from Coles (I didn't mind as I was going anyway) but I got very annoyed at walking behind slow people with a trolley as I couldn't dart in front of them like you can without a trolley. It was probably good to slow me down though as I was already very sweaty when I arrived. We had a new fish special, Snapper, which I don't think we get in England, so I decided to try that along with a gluten free potato cake and king prawns (which I dipped in a mix of the hot sauce and lemon, because I was inspired by the memory of mine and Alice's really nice prawn curry we had in Mumbai).
I was impressed that I only started wearing my pedometer at about 4 pm, and by bed time I had already done around 7, 200 steps, so I'm pretty sure I did the recommended 10,000!