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... weekend and all of last week minding Lach's parents cats. The cats spend the day outside, so it is really just feeding them in the morning and in the evening. It was nice to have animals around even if I am allergic to these particular ones.
The week was pretty nice, but come Friday, it started to rain again. Sunday I convinced myself to stop being so lazy. I went for a drive out to the Dandenong ...
... to all who lost their lives in the bush fires in February 2009, later named as Black Saturday. The tree itself was forged from solid steel by over 1000 blacksmiths across the world, and has over 3500 hand forged leaves attached, and reaches 9.8m high. It is a vast structure which stands proudly amongst the surrounding trees of the village Oval. It was a very somber and poignant time at the memorial grounds, but even more so after we watched coverage of the 2009 tragedy ...
... Amy never returned. It's a good job the vans are covered in graffiti; it is literally the only thing that detracts from the unprofessionalism, cost and mechanical accidents waiting to happen.
On a related note, if you want to feel really out of place, you should try rocking up to a vineyard in a graffiti covered van and try to find a parking space between two non executive saloons or Range Rovers. Or, fly Adelaide to Port Lincoln on a Saturday evening. It contains ...
... and horseshoe shaped. We drove through an area which is being developed as an indigenous working station and will have native animals and plants. The scenery was fantastic and the walk well worth it. We had a late lunch and then the long drive home My fellow travellers were an English girl who is doing her PHD at U.Q. In Neuro Science, and 2 Danish girls who are doing there nursing training at Concord. The hotel just delivered a bag of Easter eggs, so I'm set for the ...
... in a shopping centre. It was free lunch and another shopping opportunity. Shan really enjoyed the noodles! Then we went to Chinese Medicine Museum. The best thing was: we almost drove past Dulwich College! It was really close to it. Shan saw the roads around that area and she said her memory flushed back! Amazing!
The Chinese Medicine Museum is amazing. There is a herb garden with a little stream with lots of tapals in it. ...
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