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... which theory is correct. We were also fortunate enough to be able to witness a school group in a class demonstration explaining the effects of 'Black Holes'. There are other experiments demonstrating how magnetic fields operate and what effect they can have on gravity. This is a place where everybody with any interest in science or the world around us, young or old can be entertained while learning. When we finally and reluctantly left the centre, continued ...
... me the creeps. Next down to Fremantle wharf area for seafood lunch and then through the markets to get some fresh fruit and veg. The markets are like what Sydney's Paddy's Markets used to be like in the 80s. Fremantle is like a bigger Paddington but by the sea. It's trendy and has a huge variety of cafes, pubs, shops and restaurants. It's pedestrian friendly and has a great vibe. I could live in Fremantle quite easily. Next a drive along the northern beaches of Perth. ...
... br> Uncle Albert:
When things strike me as funny I can't hide it inside
And squeak - as the squeakelers do
I've got to let go with a ho-ho-ho...And a ha-ha-ha...too!
We love to laugh
Loud and long and clear
We love to laugh
So ev'rybody can hear
The more you laugh
The more you fill with glee
And the more the glee
The more we're a merrier ...
... my first AFL games in a traditional Aussie pub, and the Newport was certainly that. The Afl field is the same size as a cricket pitch and there are 18 players on each team. The aim of the goals is to kick as many balls between the three goal posts at the each end. You get 3 points if you kick it between the middle goal and a point for each kick through one of the side goals. It was a close game so lots of shouting from the ...
... for me a little old lady in a Nissan March saw me and turned off into a parking space leaving me with a clear run. In the afternoon Regan and I did another large walk, I had definite cabin fever so it was so good to get outside. The sun had come out and it was quite a nice afternoon. Dinner was pumpkin risotto as pumpkin was cheap at the supermarket. Delicious and a good filling winter dish. We woke up to ...