Sails Luxury Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Spent 10 days in Forster doing a house-sit which was fabulous. We had a beautiful large home close to the beaches and a lovely labrador to care for. We spent the days walking, swimming and just plain relaxing in this beautiful part of the mid-north coast of ...
... will be able to find more food to eat. Drove around Forster trying to buy surfboards this morning but soon found there is virtually no secondhand board market here. Eventually met a board shaper called Rod Rose , a very weary, laid back extremely dry old surfer dude!! He sold us an old 9'2 four fin he'd made and Roxanna has progressed from a softie to a 7'6 board he also made. We need to find one more for Emile. I bought myself a good body board. ...
... have seen! They even sell a side of salted green beans as fries! Hoping they make more of these around Oz highways (sorry Mich Harris)! Anyway we arrived in Forster and set up the annex in a little shower of rain-however it was still 21.5 degrees-glorious as my mum would ...
Scalding white light and an azure sky; an abstract woman in her hijab; parched, bleached adobe houses. A moment in time. A Market in Algiers.
Sombre coolness of a medina; pale shafts of light; dark shadows of a slender people; a quiet white eyed donkey. A moment in time. A Market in Tunis.
Fascinating contrasts in foreign, faraway lands... These striking scenes captured in the early 1900's by German Artist Auguste Macke ...
... as people can't afford to keep there cattle. The price to the consumer doesn't drop though and all that happens is the people who do all the work to put meat on our tables have to work seven days a week at practically a loss. Kevin and Jenny despite having hundreds off cattle actually make more money doing odd jobs and making a few bucks selling hay on.
The disproportionate balance of how we all make a living is here to see on the ground level, people working ...