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... New Year's Day. We tried (unsuccessfully) our hand at fishing on the Gold Coast. We went to Seaworld and Movie World, both of which were part of two of the aforementioned birthday celebrations and were really good days out. However it confirmed my strong aversion to hurtling at speed high off the ground! I am more than happy bag holding and going on the kiddie rides! We have become used to waking to the cackling of cuckaboros, which if I am honest ...
... the Islamic Republic of Iran. We are not sure why there is no building.
*We are horrified to see that the EU also has an ‘Embassy’. We wonder in how many countries of the world, we the poor taxpayer, fund not only our own Embassy but also that of the EU.
* We park up in the underground car park of the new Parliament House which opened for business in May 1988. Today, being a Friday, the Houses of Senators ...
This chapter has more about the Capital and the lake in the middle of it. It is a unique and beautiful city. We are living with a lovely couple who have a lovely home with beautiful gardens. They even have Chinese chickens that don't even look like chickens. Another friend of ours worked in the Parliament ...
... live in that state. All very parochial. I know we don't pay taxes here but we certainly have donated a boat load of GST on this trip. To my knowledge, the UK, Canada and the US do not discriminate against tourists in this way. The savings can be significant. Today the bus passes were half the price of the regular adult fare.
When we arrived at the City Centre we made our obligatory contribution to the "Hop on Hop off Bus". ...
... enough there is a family of five ‘roos hopping around the cricket pitch. One is an albino with a joey hanging out of her pouch. They look at us curiously and approach us without fear. We have been told they like carrots and we have purchased a kilo at the local IGA grocery store. Miryam breaks off pieces, but either they are short sighted, or don’t like carrots. The pieces of carrot lie ignored on the grass. I guess we’ll be ...