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... around the outer edge of the USA. Most Aussies can only do that when they retire. 6) The Tasmanian Devil has become endangered in recent years because of a viral infection causing facial tumours and eventual death. It is spread by biting and clawing at each other when fighting for dominance. There is no cure so far and about 70% of the animals are affected. Programs are in place to capture and isolate uninfected animals to ...
... to essentially a pub, that specialises in 'parmas'. Mrs Parmas kindly caters for vegetarians by offering all of their 15 different parmy toppings on an EGGPLANT paarmigiana, instead of chicken or veal. How considerate, except B HATES eggplant (seriously, if you want veg food in Melbourne, you can pretty much be guaranteed one of the veg options will be eggplant based. ugh.) Anyway, B ended up having dips for dinner (yay) but otherwise had a great night.
At B's ...
... gone. What a beautiful house they live in, only 12 months old, 2 floors with a manicured garden, spar, fish ponds etc. Noy prepared us some lovely spaghetti bolognese, which we ate with a Lion beer. It wasn't too long before Phil and I were nodding off. Slept really well till 3am when my body clock told me it was 6am and time to wake up. Mucked about for the next 2 hours till I heard movement downstairs. So I went down for a coffee with Dave and ...
... a hi-vi on!!? I was really excited because Ella needed a couple of players for her 7-a-side summer league team. The match was played on the Olympic astro that was used for the Sydney Olympics, pretty cool! We met Rob's folks, Debrah and Bruce who were really smiley and welcoming. Debrah played while Bruce spectated. Debrah described herself as Anglo-Indian having been born in India but brought up with a good education and having lived in Oz for many ...
... because it's so clever.
Year opened: I don't know
Location: At the corner of Playfair Street and Mill Lane, The Rocks
Best viewed from: The top of the steps, the bottom, anywhere, but it's best when when water is flowing.
Of interest nearby: The Rocks, Sydney Harbour Bridge, ...