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... where ever we go and this was no exception! There were thousands of people around the stadium; I think there was a big AFL game at the time. It made a nice change to people watch and just soak up the atmosphere. The football atmosphere over here is totally different to at home as well, it’s friendly and relaxed so all the fans can integrate rather than be separated! Our last port of call in Adelaide was a viewpoint called Mount Lofty where you can see ...
... you. It's like a mixture of a prison and a zoo. A Prison because you have to get up, and go work in some yard to just pay off the warden. I used to have to work at the prison itself, watching over all the other feral inmates as some sort of security/nightwatchmen. Then I got to see the slugs in their most active state at 2- 4 am... Because most of the day the slugs just sleep. Then they get up a few hours after lunch and start drinking. Those are the slugs with money. ...
... of red wine. Sara no longer has to drink beer so she made the most of it! The measurements for ordering beer in Australia are completely different to England as pint glasses don't really exist - instead you order a 'schooner' (468ml) or a middy (258ml). The following day all three of us walked from Coogee beach to Bondi beach and it was a stunning costal walk but very windy and rainy. The waves are definitely a bit bigger than back home and ...
... different two weeks ago. Following our activities, we had time to look at our repelling pictures and then had dinner. We had a pork roast, smashed potatoes, vegetables, and rolls. For dessert we had apple cobbler and vanilla ice cream. They gave Xochitl a beautiful chocolate cake with coffee frosting to help celebrate her birthday. After dinner we loaded the bus for our ride back into Sydney. Photo Credit: Mike Conway took all pictures of us ...
... it is The Stones singing “Route 66,” Haight Ashbury, Berkeley in the 60s, of bombs exploding at Pearl Harbour. The place where Son House first bought a metal slide down on his 6 steel strings and explained what it all meant with a beautiful and exquisite pain.
Beautiful pain is a good description of what I experienced when I went out to watch Jack
Elias make some art tonight that made a bunch of people happy for a while. That was good enough for ...
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