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... I finally persuaded Heledd to attack and kill them (telling her 'it would be good for her'). So we carried on down the road a bit more to the bottom of the hill and I had to pull over again to jump out as they were still flying about. This let more in. We were pretty much dancing around on the road trying to kill them, two cars even pulled over asking if we were OK because we were making such a fuss, one said they thought we had a spider in the car, which was a
... I stared at the stars. It’s a good place here for stargazing, as there is no light pollution here on this little island. The sky seems quite absent of the milky way, and our familiar Northern Hemisphere dippers, and I could identify the Southern Cross in the southern sky. All really cool.
Off I go to bed. Stay tuned for my last edition of this trip blog in two more days (if I can manage it!), after which time I will be home, sweet home! Love to all. (More photos below)
... had the most pleasant experience in all dimensions possible. I learned so many things about cooking, cleaning, studying, culture, movies, shopping, laundry, relaxing, the list could go on forever! I got a taste of how people live on the other side of the world, and the things I learned here I will always remember, and most certainly continue to do (especially all of my new Australian words). These last 12 days I hope ...
... of fresh fish shops and before I leave I am going to definitely get out there and try a bunch of kinds!
Vegimite - not so good. It is however, very untrue that Australian's eat it from a spoon. The proper way to eat Vegimite is to spread it very THIN over a piece of toast, often with butter. I however, still do not like it!
Some other foods that are very similar are:
"tiny teddys" which are comparable to "teddy grahams"
... of what he was saying. I have to say it was a very boring tour and didn’t come close to being anywhere near as informative as the Ghost Tour the night before. The guide did touch on the more recent massacre at Port Arthur which was also very interesting, but considering Port Arthur is quite small and a lot of people lost family and friends, it’s not something many people are comfortable talking about. They also never mention the name of the murderer.