Thistle Hill Guest House
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iii) Indian history covers many centuries. I found this to be a very pervasive aspect to our experiences. To view, hear and touch aspects that are much older than white occupation of Australia, is a little hard to comprehend. The Indian Government certainly appears to be active in preserving the nation's heritage with the ultimate aim of greater tourist rupee.
iv) development of the land (especially in rural areas) appears to be haphazard. It ...
... true Brits on Tour (and because Coxy had not stopped requesting one) we searched for a subway. Little did we know Tom would terrify us all with a U-turn of a busy dual carriage way, and only make it half way round the turn. Had we been in a normal car we may have been ok but as the WW has a turning circle similar to the HMAS Sydney, we ended up doing a three point turn across the middle if a very busy dual carriage. Before speeding off like General Lee with a ...
... her before we surprised her. Then Kaleigh told her that she needed her to come over to her place to do her hair before we all left for Max Brenner's. So Kaleigh and I went to her place and met the others and got ready for Robynne to come over about 10 minutes later. She was so surprised that she almost cried! We had some cake and brownies and then headed ...
... and ready to go by 10 - last look around to make sure nothing has been left behind and we left for Cessnock where we will fill up with petrol and bid farewell as we head our separate ways.
Our car was down to its last 4 litres as we reached the service station. All filled and ready to go - we said good bye and Jess and Dave headed off first. We decided to program Karen so that we wouldn't get lost and headed off behind them.
... to Newcastle, we are ready to leave, but I've learned a lot about the human mindset and a ton of practical things about honey production and farming, the sort of things I'd never have been exposed to at home. I guess just living with a random family for two weeks and becoming part of their life is a unique experience too. I won't forget the jars of honey on free surface, nor will I forget the isolation and tranquility of the mudbrick house far along the creek, deep in the valley. RHT ...