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... we finished the many market sheds, they had all started packing up. We did go back to one stall for a final attempt to barter. Following this we checked out the undercover communal market, which was really the meats and cheeses or items you can't sell in the heat. Being 4pm we hadn't eaten, so checked out the street food. I liked the smell of a Spanish chicken dish, but Andy didn't fancy anything off the street stands, so we returned to the undercover food hall. The seafood ...
... a return visit of one of the sisters on the welcoming committee. We waited only a few minutes for "Jimmy", as he must have been right behind us. He came down the train platform, and right away I knew he was "special". Jimmy is a VERY interesting character, as you will see later. But for now, lets just say that all five us were able to count quality field service time with Jimmy. Let me tell you why... Jimmy (that is what he tells people to call him, though that is ...
... to do for most of their lives.
The farm is lots of fun. We witness sheep shearing, sheep dogs trials and whip cracking. The only thing missing is a pub with no beer.
The penguin parade is amazing. Hundreds of people come to watch this. We are seated on concrete grandstands facing the beach. It is really cold waiting for the little penguins to come home. ...
A land of sweeping plains,
Of ragged mountain ranges,
Of droughts and flooding rains.
I love her far horizons,
I love her jewel-sea,
Her beauty and her terror -
The wide brown land for me!
We saw all of this. Went through places that have been in drought for years, and other places where rain had literally just washed out beaches and roads. I never tired of ...
... was created. It has been well maintained and is still used regularly for a range of exhibitions.
The Museum is a very new and ultra-modern building, only being used since 1997. Old blokes like me get in free, so that was a bonus. Although it was an interesting visit, the amount of ...