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... 2 weeks of summer, as it is very cold and wet
- Even though the Swiss only pay minimal tax and earn a fortune and live in a beautiful country they are basically miserable.
- Macaroni cheese with apple purée sounds disgusting but is actually quite delicious
- The Alphorn is a ...
... Harbour we had a quick bite to eat and headed for the Wild Life Park. As we entered we saw a koala just clinging onto a tree in a little segregated pen. At first I didn't believe it was even real until I saw it blinking and even then I was in two minds. It wasn't until it started dropping its kids off and excrementing that we realised it must have been real. I was really only interested in seeing a Tasmanian Devil in the flesh so waltzed past the boring frogs and reptiles ...
... taken out to dinner with his 10 year old daughter Geeta. We went to this American style restaurant and had a massive burger, the first proper meal we had had in a while and it was so delicious.We then walked the food off a little bit along Bondi beach where Phillip kindly told us of the shark attacks that had taken place there, slightly increasing my fear of the sea. Then, well and truly exhausted, we collapsed on our beds and slept. ...
... first inhabited Australia followed by an unruly group of prisoners sent here from England. Back in the day. they were used as laborers to blast walls through the rock. Much of the work was paid for with rum. If fact some of the pubs had a secret tunnel from the pub to the wharf. Guys would get so smashed they didn't know where they were and they would be led to the underground through the tunnel that led to the ...
... suggested that we eat lunch at Peter Doyle's, on the quay. He had said that it had great views of both the bridge and the opera house as well as serving very good fish. So we headed there. We went in at 11.45 and had long drinks before ordering our meal. The view of the opera house was blocked completely by the cruise ship but we had a really good view of the bridge and could see groups of people being lead up to the top of the bridge. The ambience was wonderful and we stayed ...
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