Premiere Classe Perigueux - Boulazac
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Also a lot on federation and state v federal rights
Other issues were
- Fights over Murray River water. Claims that NSW was taking too much....sounds familiar
- Should we simply follow the Brits into war in S Africa. One line said...not our fight, they are simply fighting to keep hold of valuable minerals rights in S Africa. The Boer War is not for us...sounds familiar
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The classic roof here is made of stone and weighs 500-800 Kg per square metre. They said it costs around 1500 Euro per sq metre to build today, but will last 300 years. Only one person is out of pocket
Back in time to listen to Delroy - he even read out a birthday greeting to my two boys...I'm sure they don't listen to radio much, ABC less, ABC Radio at 10:15pm even less again. But the world heard it.
... and other rooms with pretty horrific history.
It is common to see tractors on the road here. Today we saw one coming towards us, slowly working its way up a fair hill...as we past it we saw a moped trying to tuck in behind him, but struggling to keep up.
We headed on to Les Eysies as Sandy had done her research and they had a English guided tour through their ...
Day 33 –
I again walked with my two new companions today. It was a much better hike as the weather was cooler. The first half of the walk was along a nice, wide, and flat trail that was perfect for hiking. We did the first 12km in a flash. We had hoped to be at Thiviers by noon, and we ended up arriving at 10:30am. So we stopped and had some tea and ice cream at a local café before stopping at a grocery to buy things for lunch. In ...
... she’d been to and how she
had been on a pilgrimage of her own by boat, train, plane, and car. My
companions, humorously said, “That’s not called a pilgrimage; that’s called
traveling.” The joke pleased us, but she was not amused. Twice, my companions
offered up anecdotes about Holland, to which she replied, “I know, we have
hosted many people from Holland.” Um, that’s not how you make conversation. ...