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Funniest moment - Miss Lilly on the Honolulu By Night Tour trying to imitate a Harley-Davidson. " Potato-potato-potato-potato." Be warned, you will never be able to get it out of your mind once you repeat it.
Saddest moment - losing the Team Trivia in a lame tie breaker.
Worst moment - getting seasick on the Tasman Sea
Best Beer - James Boag, a New Zealand brew
Best Wine - High Trellis, a Cabernet Savignon from the McLaren Vale near ...
... huis, twee schattige jonge labrabdors (Rumple & Monty) en een groot bubbelbad op de varanda (waar we de eerste avond meteen gebruik van mochten maken). Toen ze hoorden dat we hier een tijdje wilden werken boden ze zelfs meteen aan dat we daar zo lang mogen blijven als we wilden.
Frank werd die avond nog gebeld dat hij maandag kon beginnen als kitchenhand bij het restaurant David Jones. Helaas wist de man nog niet zeker of ik ook daar ...
... there but there was an interesting exhibit on the explorer Douglas Mawson (he was from Adelaide) and there was an excellent photography exhibition of wildlife and landscapes which with our new camera we could critique with some knowledge.
Barbequed snags for dinner – the first BBQ we’ve had in ages.
Saturday 10 November – Day 236
Big day today - the Christmas Pageant! As luck would have ...
... river flowing followed by more desert. You can drive for hours and hours and see lots of dead beasties, roos, pigs, snakes, emus, lizards, even cows and you see live beasties too; goats, roos, emus, horses, cows, lizards etc. ...but to harp on the landscape is just, well boring and then feckin awesome!
Queensland: Road works and roundabouts. We’d forgotten about all the road works in Queensland, just ...
We awoke and breakfasted on cereal and croissants, bought from the mall opposite, before heading in to central Adelaide. We decided to walk and after about ten minutes we were walking through a park. The streets were pretty empty and we soon reached South Terrace, the southern 'boundary' of the CBD, the others being (surprise, surprise) North Terrace, East Terrace & West Terrace. We carried ...