Pink Water Taxi News
Welcome aboard to Michael 'Micky'
who joined the taxis on Saturday. In getting his Coxswain's
ticket, Michael has been at the mercy of NSW Roads Traffic and Maritime
for the last three months and now knows the true meaning of bureaucracy.
His was a baptism of fire; he started on Saturday night, in the pouring
rain and had Matt and Nikki's wedding at Tennis. I think there
was even another party in Lovett Bay. Albeit a little
shell-shocked, he came through with flying colours, sense of humour
intact and undeterred. Solid effort!
Rod and Alex are extremely pleased to see Michael. Finally (and
not before time) the taxis can now get back to normal hours of
Moving on to the administrative. The Mon-Fri 6am-6pm $12 cash
Commuter Special from Bell Wharf to Church Point will cease as of
Monday 25 November. The $12 Special was only ever intended to run
through the winter but given the significant disruption to our
customers over the last couple of months, we felt it only fair (token
though it was) to keep it running until services could be returned to
normal. So Bell to the Point is back to full fare; $16 Mon-Fri
0600 to midnight and $18 on the weekend.
For quick updates to our hours, check www.facebook.com/PinkWaterTaxis
or follow @PinkWaterTaxis on Twitter.
Yours aye - Pink Water Taxis
Gone Fishing Gallery Christmas Art Sale
Dec. 1, 5-8pm
Quays Marina 1856
Pittwater Rd, Church Point
WANTED for busy mother of 4 in Elvina Bay.
Days and hours to suit – give me a call for all other details.
0413724113 / 99978364
Wanted Lift to City ?
for a lift into the city this Friday 22 Nov.
Need to arrive around 7 – 7.15 am.
If anyone travelling to the city at this time can they please contact
me – happy to contribute to tolls/petrol. Open to all radio/music
persuasions : )
0438 432 675
is a Matt Blatt replica of the original design.
East meets west with the Replica Isamu Noguchi Coffee Table, a triumph
of minimalist design that combines natural and manmade materials for a
stunning effect. With a catalogue of work spanning six decades, Isamu
Noguchi drew inspiration from his Japanese father and American mother.
As a designer and architect, his work is characterised as being
influenced by both eastern and western cultures to create simple yet
eye catching designs.
NOTE THIS COFFEE TABLE HAS ONE SCRATCH ON THE BOTTOM LEG. UN NOTICEABLE
TO THE NAKED EYE ..
FURTHER INFORMATION CALL
ANNI - 0416 268 757
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