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... Alright, how bad could it be? Hahaha, actually what it was, was a former stripper, prancing around on stage naked, trying to sound profound. I mean, she had good points to make about consumerism and feminism, but it wasn't anything I'd heard before. I found the stripping and dancing took more away from the point than necessary. Nevertheless it was funny and this woman worked really ******* ...
... m leaving Australia with no savings since iv spent all my money on going to Africa, but I am leaving rich with friends and memories to last me a lifetime! I will miss everyone I have met during the past two years, but instead of being sad, I'm trying to focus on how lucky I am to have met such wonderful people, and to ...
... castle bay and bunker bay. We saved most of the beaches for the best weather day which was the Wednesday and it was boiling hot! At the lighthouse we did a short walk, keeping our eyes out for snakes as the signs warned. Bunker bay was amazing, this is the beach where Sam is going to be working as she just took on a new job there. The sand is white and the sea blue, not a bad office really! Me and Charlie nosed around the resort and beach while Sam hid in the car park! We played ...
... place in the city. Although it was only about 11 o'clock when we got to Perth and we couldn't check in yet, they let us leave the ute parked in their car park, and we walked to Simon's hotel. Met Simon out the front, and continued on down Hay Street and then Murray Street to The Boheme Bar. Sonia dropped Ross off, and we had great chats and laughs as well as lunch and some drinks, until a few hours later when Sonia came ...
... the tennis finals, Annie went shopping left me to my blog and to check out of our hotel room. Annie was marginally successful with shopping but no new shoes have appeared. We went to an old Melbourne pub for a drink. It has been operating as a hostelry since 1861, which is pretty old for these parts. It was a bit run down and seedy - I loved it. It was time to say goodbye to Melbourne ...
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