Mayfair on Cavell
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... opportunity, there’s no shortage of things to aim a camera at, from the tall ships that take people out into the harbour and beyond to the prizewinning fish and chip restaurant, Mures, where we share a seafood platter (trying to cut down on chips after finding I have gone up a jeans size – M). H has been having trouble with her phone and takes it to Battery World (not related to Battery Point). They don’t have the right battery but note that the one she has ...
Today I learnt about how alcohol is brewed; when making apple cider it takes 7 steps:
1. The brewery collects hundreds and hundreds of apples of their apple trees.
2. Next they put the apples in containers to store and ripen them
3. After the apples are very ripe hey are put into a huge machine that realises the juices by smashing the apples
4. The pulp ...
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There was a community evening in the town hall, it was a mouse cup. They had 20 mice and you had to bid on them to race through a tunnel, the atmosphere was…lively. It was so much better than the average community thing I've ever been to, everyone has so much fun and there is no tension or aggression. Children of 4, the AFL boys and the elderly, all mixing together and having a great time. It was great. The bidding ...
... which Teresa managed to spill all over the floor, Lee had met a man called Phil at the bar. Now this in itself is nothing unusual, me and Lee meet people at bars all the time. However Phil worked for a distillery, and he had heard a Scottish accent...which naturally meant we knew about whisky. The same assumption as all Scots are ginger, wear kilts and carry bagpipes around. Now I know a little about whisky from my time as a bartender, however I'm by no means an expert. Maybe by ...
I had always pictured Tasmania as Australia's version of New Zealand: they're about the same size, similar latitude and in the same corner of the world. In reality though they are as different as can be in some very meaningful ways. New Zealand is located in the middle of two tectonic plates and is prone to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, which, despite being occasionally terrifying, results in a constant replenishing of nutrients and soil. It also split from the ...