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Travel Blogs from Kingston Se
... behind. We've had a great time here and we're really going to miss it and everyone in it. Paula and Angas, Bill and Lee, Michelle and Tanya and Daryl and Darren, Charles, Kelly and Roz; we've been really lucky to have found this place and everyone in it.
Hell, I'm even gonna' miss the whingeing guests at the motel. No you cannot have more towels, and the power switch for the tv is beside your bed! God bless you.
... butter and jam, and peanut butter and bananas when we had our morning toast.
We even tried using it in different ways; spreading it all over a chicken and then roasting it (pretty delicious), and incorporating it into our grilled cheese sandwiches (pretty delicious as well, but soooooo salty). That being said, after 12 months of continual use and daring culinary choices, we ...
... ve battled and lost;
1) mosquitoes in the house
2) Canadian life insurance
3) everyone else in Alice Springs who tried to rip us off
4) hanging laundry and then it rains
5) guilt after killing a koala
6) back pain from pregnancy
7) learning how to play cricket
8) getting pictures of dolphins
9) that big jar of Vegemite I bought
Dave, Kara and little Bunpei Combden
... fact and a physiological inevitability), wiser (an assumed fact seeing as we've read plenty of books this past year, although I do quite often only look at the pictures) and more pregnant (that could theoretically apply to both of us; Kara in the fact that she is indeed actually pregnant and I am 'pregnant with feelings' for her and little McGee McGoo). ...
... halls' where over thousands of years, animals had fallen through holes in the ground and died underground. In some places there are piles of bones, in other places the dirt is full of bones. Many years of research have identified many extinct species going back many thousands of years. Very glad we did this tour.
Headed back into Naracoorte, then west again to hit the coast at Kingston S.E. (The ‘SE’ ...