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... along the Kawana Waters land-development
scheme (1969).Bokarina emerged in the early 1980s, described as
Bokarina Beach, with an initial subdivision between the foreshore
reserve and the sports complex on Nicklin Way. The district schools,
Kawana Waters High and Bokarina Primary, opened ...
... ways continued today. I am a groupie for The Stardust Room even though the show is a repeat, so we organised an early dinner at Cagney's and then a splitting of the ways. I took in some live music at Windjammers followed by the show repeat and Mac finally relented and joined the Texas Hold'em table. A good night was had by all despite no good luck stories from the table. Good news is that part of the stack is intact for another hand or two. Tuesday Temperature: 17C Pedometer: ...
... thrown herself full on with a vision for providing a forum for seniors-baby boomers. Her site now has more than 1.3 million page views a month. Our meeting lasted two hours and we thank Rebecca for the time she spared with us.
One question that comes to mind as we leave Brisbane is why is the average house price $110,000 lower than in Perth? Brisbane has 2.3 million people. Perth has 1.6 million.
... The next place we were going was the desert, so we all got back in the 4x4 and headed there. Had a quick stop first to get water.
It took about 20 minutes to get to the desert, that was after we got passed a guy that had got bogged down in the sand. In the end we went round him! The sand track was very bouncy, I asked the guide if they break them a lot, he said there’s a repair company that surveys pretty much on the repairs to their cars!
... last. At one point he decided that his mating dance should include push-ups. Seriously! push-ups! Australia has recently lowered its DUI BAC from .8 to .5, they also have very steep fines for public intoxication. Also, while I'm on the topic, there are also huge fines for speeding and there are speed traps everywhere. I admire Australia trying to change its drinking culture but it's going to take a long time. After about an hour and a half of watching ...