College Lawn Hotel
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It's Eurovision time so we are getting Gio and Mark coming over tonight. Mark is going to cook for us which is very nice. We're responsible for the nibbles and drinks so we are going to get some. Not sure if I really like this app. It has some dodgy layout on the web when it's send to people.
... Monkey Mia; the tour with aboriginal elder Brian at Cape Leveque; the cliffs of the astounding Great Australian Bight.
World Heritage Sites visited: 4
Amazing animals sighted: whaleshark, dolphin, crocodiles, perentie (crossing the road right in front of us!), southern right whales, dugongs, sharks, heaps and heaps of wallabies, kangaroos, many emus, dingoes, and the list goes on.
Teeth lost: ...
Phonecalls asking for me by my full name are invariably telemarketers, insurance companies or competition promoters.
And not often the last one.
But the last one is always welcome, so when Sheridan rings to tell me I've beaten over 12,000 others to win an all-inclusive seven day stay at a 5-star Fijian resort she receives a raptuous reception!
My travelling mate exudes the same enthusiasm, and ...
... of bathroom facilities I would have said this was glamping! So, we sneakily put our burgers and sausages away for the weekend and instead feasted on some yummy yummy foods! Over the three days we went walking, we did some off roading, plenty of drinking and lots of nature peeing, oh and Sam shot a wombat right up the ******** ha ha! It was great fun! It was a great way to end our time in Thorpdale, the last couple of days were really sad, was weird living with the same people for ...
... a silicon compound that evaporated over 65 million years ago, how it's mined- 96% of it is mined in Australia, how it's shaped and eventually sold. One of the main mines Lightning Ridge a site in NSW where most of the black Opal comes from; the rarest of all Opals. Black Opal is rarer than diamond although not as popular, it's much prettier with different colours shown as it refracts from the sun. Found the most expensive Opal in the shop a tiny fragment, no ...
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