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But I have to be realistic. all that traipsing around is gonna cost me a lot of money, and I'll be honest - my savings are running low at the moment. It'll soon be replenished, don't you worry. But I'd much rather stay here with my friends and have fun rather than go and explore on my own.
"I think travelling is all about the experience and the people you meet, and growing up as a person. I doubt you ...
... I now know to be classic Australian children's book characters. We then head to the jail. We are then told about Ned Kelly and his acts of similar to that of Robin Hood. Pointed out are the 888 monument, trades hall and we are at the back of the library. Explained to us is the land brought by General Lonsdale. We walk and see the Greek area, with Greek symbols etched into the pavement, we are explained about more statues of significant personnel who built ...
... bus there were a few ex-pats and their children who were about our age who we got talking to, and they invited us to there house tomorrow to go round for a few drink. Sounds good to us. We got to the station and him picked us up. We got home, had chicken and chips for tea and then got some much needed sleep! 20/4 Woke up quite late, probably around 12, had a but of toast and were prepared for the day. Jim is part of the RSL, and so is taking part in the ...
... of the International Exhibition insisted on erecting a large rock at the corner of the building as a monument to "express his indignation of the choice of New South Wales stone . . . and to show the enduring qualities of local stone." He must have been right, the rock and a plaque on it is there to this day expressing his indignation.
Close to the Royal Exhibition Building is the Melbourne Museum along with a demonstration forest complete ...
... is still really sick, so we just took some dry toast down to her. I'm going back at 10.00 to help her get out of bed so that her room attendant can make her bed and tidy her room. We sat up in the Solarium for an hour, me reading and doing a jigsaw and Greg perving. We went down to Mum, but Mohamed had already changed her towels and she was asleep, so we went to the Aurora Theatre to listen in on the lecture, but it was just advertising the tours around French Polynesia and Hawaii. ...
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