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... and was heading up the West coast. We thought he was Danish or Swedish originally but he was a dinkum (well spoken) Aussie.
Bryan and I headed over to the fire pit which was one of the best I've seen. I put my keys in Bryan's pocket as didn't have any in my clothes. Well he lost them didn't he. Fortunately I found them in the Motorhome.
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The main purpose of this train seems to be to stuff as much food and drink in you as possible while we are aboard. Mealtimes seem to come around with alarming frequency and we are seated in rotation in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant. There’s also a bar/lounge where you can relax with fellow passengers, have drinks and snacks. Before dinner they served beef skewer and scallops with caviar canapes which were nearly a meal in themselves. We are supposed to get ...
... have double slab. Weather ok. Saturday 5 September Out for a drive and found a nice undercover market, Malaga, had good look around and a nice lunch. Some interesting stuff, some awful too!!! Glenn got some Sketchers bit cheaper than usual and I resisted a very nice handbag!!! Sunday 6 September Headed out to Swan Valley for the day, just east of Perth. A vineyard area supposedly a bit like Margaret River. We went out as we are missing the Margaret River experience this trip. ...
... gift from Edgar J Hoover (U.S president) to a barmaid. Noise is a problem in Kalgoorlie / Boulder. The mine is wrapped around the town and the rock crushing machinery, which you hear late at night, operates 24 hours per day, 365 days p/y. Vehicles with very loud exhaust systems are popular as are barking dogs, a bit of train noise and then at 5am the mine set of 3 ...
... the heathen father was afraid her hand-in-marriage would be asked for, so he jealously locked her up in a tower. There, Barbara acknowledged her Christian faith which infuriated her heathen father. He had her persecuted and the sentence was death. The plaques say she managed to escape into the mines, and there she brought water to the thirsty miners. Sometime later, she was found out and recaptured. Her own father dealt the death blow given at her sentencing, ...
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- Good short stay motel I'm
- Reasonable services
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