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... a few have said they have never met anyone from Tasmania before - some even said they have not even met anyone from Australia. Trust it was not a frightening experience for them! But they seemed pretty excited about it anyway. Most were only familiar with TAZ, and thought the real Tassie Devil looked cute - our photo was of a young animal. The other thing is that we have been given little gift bags when we visited ...
... hatred, slavery, repression and wars. The museum also honours 1000 people
who stood up against repression. People such as Churchill, Mother Theresa,
Vaclav Havel, Nelson Mandela and many more.
Another gallery was devoted to solving conflicts, An area dedicated to
inspirational people (which was actually very informative), a memorial and
photos of heroes of 9/11, and a very big hall dedicated to the immigrants ...
I struggled to adjust to Eastern time last night and couldn't sleep into the early hours, it's strange that my circadian rhythm seems to fit with Western time when I was there for such a short period of time. People had previously told me that it harder to adjust when flying west to east than it is when flying east to west, I don't know if there is any truth behind that but it seems correct. After a relatively chilled ...
... flight we watched 2 episodes on the new Boardwalk empire I had downloaded. We arrived in Mexico late again, 11pm, got through immigration, got our money exchanged, got in a taxi and drove to our hotel. This time we were staying at hotel diligencias, when we got out of the taxi and out the front there was a homeless man sleeping right out the door, and when we went to open the door to our horror it was locked shut. Luckily a man came out and let us in, he spoke good English and ...
... and great places to eat, and it’s also home to the Magic Garden. Isaiah Zagar is a local artist who’s done some of the murals (like the ones I mentioned last post) on the walls throughout the city. The Magic Garden is a large outdoor mural that you can walk through… and it’s probably better explained in pictures than words: