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... pool , playing bowls , shopping trying to fill the day as much as we could in this small country town . We headed back to Melbourne the weds before the World Cup game , relaxed around the city , bought some bargains and chilled out . We went to the World Cup opening ceremony on Thursday evening which was awesome . On Friday we went to st kilda , relaxed by the beach in the sea baths , before heading back to our hostel . On the way back we bumped Into a few of ...
... at Mirboo Nth to where we are going to be property sitting again for about another 4 months
While in Canberra for three days, we got to catch with Gary & Trish Johnston, first stop was the war memorial, been along time since we've been there & found it to be a lot different from our last visit (about 30 ...
Today we had a look at a house on 1.3 acres at Hill End. That was a big mistake. It suited us to a tee - an old house, partly renovated, new kitchen, and laundry but the yard - olive trees, fruit trees, and a veggie garden fully netted with raspberries, strawberries, asparagus, artichokes, and such. The laundry was set-up for preserving all ...
... 1860’s following the discovery of gold and a total of 13 tons of gold was extracted often at great cost to the health and even lives of the men who worked the deep often unsafe mines. In those days the town supported 10 hotels, 7 churches and 30 shops. Now after being left deserted and sadly run down for most of the 20th century, it is being revived as a tourist town. The permanent population has dwindled to only 20, a far cry from the ...
... in this modern world (thank you, Santa Teresa), nine wins on the trot will see the Tiger Army fully activated and engaged for a rollicking week in the lead up to next Sundays clash with Port Adelaide.
And I won't be a local part of any of it.
If I wasn't feeling so excited at the travels ahead, I could almost feel so very lonesome already.