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... of the bay!! We were no where near Port Stephens. Started to panic as there was very little to see in Karuah in the way of shops. Eventually, we settleed on a pizza for tea from the local takeaway shop "Munchies". Ate at the unit and enjoyed it very much.
After tea we took a walk around the park and down to the wharf. Got some great photos of the old wharf, sunset and mangroves. An interesting place to have a wander. Samuel saw mudcrabs for the first time in the ...
... protective of their scenery and environment. Jenny does dressage was working Chester her horse which she shows as well is very fond of. When she was walked Chester toward us i heard her say he was going to meet some Canadians. Arthur was working in the shed and waiting for someone to come by to buy hay. He was upset about his hay that was flooded and didn't want us to turn around on the hay that was coming up underneath. Arthur was dressed ...
... Indian Ocean some 1500 kilometres NW of Perth. Not bad for a flight that left Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing. Many theories are still yet to be confirmed however, strong suspicions of foul play by the senior flight personnel is felt. Some 280 lives were lost in this ...
... is being eroded away"). These forces are most commonly noticeable with the younger burgeoning middle class. A major influence being television advertisements. On the few English speaking TV channels which we accessed, these advertisements were usually bilingual. It is interesting to hear that the local languages don't appear to have equivalent words and so often an advertisement (in say Hindi) would occasionally have a few English words. These adverts tended to focus on ...
... travels. The more you move south, it appears the better the road system. On some roads the driver actually discovered top gear (and that was in reverse). More seriously however, we did travel on some super highways that would put our major interstate roads to shame. Some many lanes wide: others narrow. Generally on the latter the very ingenious and yet frustrating speed humps existed. They were indeed everywhere!! And often only ...