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... by so fast. Thank you all for your time and generosity to me it was so much appreciated.
My apologies for not being so great about communicating the latest goings on here. There is so much to tell but yet time slips away from you.
Hopefully with this new found tool "Travel Pod" I can be more proactive about sending updates, pictures and news about the really great things happening here.
Letter this week - Oct 29 I have ...
... sup> century state. However, unlike some old towns, it doesn't have that stale, living museum quality that sometimes sets in when preserving the past is valued more than the present. There's still a real vitality there; a thriving art community flourishes near the art galleries and the old streets are lined with bars and restaurants doing a roaring ...
... shiny from having been rubbed by the students for luck. The statue is in memory of "The Cute Guy," a violinist from the area. He played in a band and used to make jokes about the Communist leaders. He was eventually thrown into a labor camp for this and for being a homosexual. He was beaten every day for ten days, when he died. The Reds were a fun bunch of guys, weren't they? So his statue sits outside the arts school so that he can hear the music every day. And he is, indeed, very ...
I wasn't quite sure how today would go, considering that it was Christmas morning last year when Dad lapsed into unconsciousness and never woke up. I thought of Dad even more than usual today, but having Dave with me helped massively whenever thoughts turned back to the horrible events on that fateful day a year ago.
The weather was very sunny and relatively warm, so in the morning we went on a long walk round ...
... then they are punctuated with random gloomy, dilapidated buildings. There were fantastic restaurants and bars perched on the sides of these steep cliffs, with spectacular views down into the gorge below. We managed to find a restaurant for lunch that had one such sweeping view from our balcony table. And we were alone. Not a smoker in sight and the food was great. We managed to Skype Steve's friend, John and his kids, back in Byron Bay and showed ...