Mt Bold Estate
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... trying to protect their trade routes to the west.
Once papal blessing for conversion by the word (or by the sword if necessary) was given, the Baltic saw various European powers vie for a slice of land and the wealth that land offered. The Poles, Danes, Swedes, Germans and Norwegians all made inroads in the area, but by far the biggest and most active crusading contingent in the Baltic was the Order of The Teutonic Knights. Like the more well-known Knights ...
... and headed for the beach at St. Kilda, south of Melbourne. It took a while to get there and by the time we arrived we were quite hungry. We found a nice little beach cafe and had a very expensive lunch of Pumpkin Soup and drinks. Chas had a very good little pizza. As we sat there, the beach and pier kept appearing and disappearing as the coastal fog moved in and out. Then we walked up to the Esplanade and took ...
... wouldn't have happened but this was meant to be the van fitted snugly.
That was a massive relief, thought the van looks like its had a sever hair cut Angela has really saved the day, keeping it indoors is also a massive bonus and should help stop any rust spots spreading, again we can't thank Angela and Naill enough.
We are in Goolwa for a few days at the moment, our house sitter has let us use her beach house while she is back herself in Crafers for ...
... them with the lions at the Chinatown entrance - something they used to do every time we went there when they were little boys.
After that Donna, Robyn and the boys went to visit a neighbour of Mum's in hospital at Nth Adelaide and then they caught the tram down to Glenelg beach to take advantage of the sunshine, although it was still quite cool and Harrison didn't take long to start feeling it.
... trip to open my eyes and allow me to grow into a person I am happy to be! Over my years of being a student I feel I have put so much of my myself into my studies I have forgotten how to be organised, motivated and passionate about life outside of university. I wanted to make my parents proud of their daughter by excelling with my education, however, all I have is pieces of paper to show for it. I want to truly make them proud of the person I ...