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... late afternoon and sat and watched a freestyle football competition. It was in the middle of the square and had kids aged 11 up to adults competing in this thing called 'Trick Star'. They had 60 seconds each to perform a freestyle routine with a ball, were then judged and had to battle it off against another contestant in order to reach the next round. Some of the youngsters were unreal, I have never seen tricks like it! We then went to the 'Eureka Sky Deck' which is a ...
... uphill for 3km.
The stairs themselves were textured
concrete filled with mud. They were so narrow that at many points you
were waiting behind a line of people ascending. I got a bit impatient
and passed some with the spandex-clad fitness lot. Even though signs
forbid it, people were still running down the steps, ramming past the
people coming up and not seeming to care. It irked me. Finally, I
made it to the top, which was an anti-climactic clearing with ...
... has himself concerned about the wearing of such items. We all remember fishing at Cape Rich. I am led to believe that everyone at his workplace has since drawn shorts over his buttocks. So I have included another for those that don't have the unedited version! I am also told by the farmer and his wife Jennie (from the last blog) that the Naked Run Winery still exists in SA and are looking for a better ...
Another day at sea and today it is feeling quite eerie. Noticed last night that the ship had no lights on as it was travelling in the dark. I'm starting to think this risk of piracy is real, the boat is very quiet and cutting through the flat seas at reduced speed and very smooth. Still feel ****** and Pete is getting worse, might have to send him to the ship doctor. We headed to a history lecture at 10 am and Im starting to understand that there were way too ...
... Cathy and Sean’s home. Then we drove out to where they used to live and where Peter Eddington lived as a young boy. All this was very interesting to Bev and me.
Then up the mountain side and spectacular views of various species of eucalyptus. There are about 250 or so different species of this kind of tree that grows so prolifically here in the Melbourne area.
We had lunch in a bake shop called "Pie in the Sky." Had ...