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... my travelling companions - Michelle, mark, Ryan, Daniel, James and Nathan. We made it together for five weeks, had lots of laughs, tried to think of ways to get rid of James, enjoyed "intellectual" conversations with Daniel about obscure subjects, played favourite nephew, scared fhe hell out of michelle at eurodisney, enjoyed mark's cooking and generally had a ball. So thanks guys for the invite - happy to go again, as long as its not America!
... different types of vegetation. At the bottom it was reminiscent of a lush rainforest, halfway up the landscape was dominated by unendingly tall eucalyptus trees, and at the summit it was a bare landscape likened to the arid tundra in the Arctic. It was bitterly cold up top, with a sweeping wind gnawing at your ears, but the views were stunning. From the south perspective, the many islands with spectacular beaches, the ...
Hey Everyone, its Courtenay!
Well its hitting around 10 degrees everyday now... Quite an effort for Hobart at the moment!
Having a great time, our days are very full and we are constantly on the move. I'm quite excited about the next few days as we have the young voices workshops, Take 6 concert and Open Voices Concert . I cant wait for Auckland weather ...
... like I wasn't the only one. Everyone on the tour was like "yeah yeah yeah, when do we get the tasters!??!!" An hour later our wish was granted. We had the choice of, premium, fine, pure, cider and stout. But then some stupid idiot told Hannah she could use her tokes for non alcoholic drinks and worse was to come. Hannah liked the premium lager. Oh dear and she actually drank it! My plan was foiled. I ended up with half a pint of ...
... we wandered up and down the market until we covered it all. That was mostly my own problem - I had to see all of it. Doreen was ..more flexible. It was certainly a spectacular market with lots of fine crafts - jewelry, woodworking being the most notable I think. There wasn't so much pottery, or artwork/photography, but there was some. There was some touristy stuff of course with t-shirts, stuffed toy Tasmanian tigers and devils. There was ...
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