Tell us about Australia

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  1. Kchoo

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    Professional Student?

    How many degrees? Is your study abroad part of your education, or did you travel for other reasons?
     
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  2. Kchoo

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    Where are these images found?
     
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  3. August

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    I can't be as I am Tasmanian.
     
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  4. August

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    No a student by dissent actually. 3 years at Deacon Uni Melbourne . I only do it off campus there is little work here and I can't leave permanently to the Mainland for work as I got commitments here. I travelled to see places I have read about like Hadrians Wall and Stonehenge and Loch Ness. Have you been overseas at all ?
     
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  5. August

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  6. Dundee

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    Haha, I love stirring Tasweigians.

    Whenever I meet a person from Tassie here on the mainland I always say, "First time in Australia" lol
    Always gets a reaction.
    I love Tassie, but the residents are sometimes easy to stir up when you say that. lol
     
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  7. August

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    You better hope we don't get Nuclear capabilities.
     
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  8. Dundee

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    Lol, yep, I am betting my little shed is targeted :) lol
     
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  9. August

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    Its a green one right ? One megaton should do then.
     
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  10. Dundee

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    Hang on, go and load up google maps, and focus on Smythesdale in Victoria, I will go outside and wave, you should see me. Wouldn't want you to hit the alpacas in the paddock :)
     
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  11. Athena ashford

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    I wanna visit Australia .......
     
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  12. Dundee

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    Well get a heap of your friends together and do a tour. It is always better to travel with a few friends.
    Just make sure you go to both extremes, you have to experience the outback. It is just awesome, and the opposite is the beautiful world August lives in.The garden of Eden.
     
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  13. Dundee

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    I am off for about an hour, but will post some pics of the Northern Territory when I get back. My favorite place on earth.
     
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  14. Kchoo

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    been to Iceland, Cozumel, Bonaire, London, France,
    in the US, Traveled to Grand Canyon, Las Vegas Nevada, , Arizona, New Mexico, Chicago, Boston, Charlotte, Florida, Virginia, Colorado, Hiked Pikes Peak, Climbed Turrett Dome... Two of my Favorite things I have done is SCUBA with a Whale Shark, and Kayaked with Manatee and her pup.
     
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  15. zork

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    I've only been to AUS once, it was in the gold coast with my family and I. Typical family holiday location, but I had a good time. The weather was great. and so were the people. NZ is a bit like AUS in terms of culture, but the people in AUS are so much more calmer than those in central Auckland city, where I live.
     
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  16. michael59

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    How far do you have to travel to pick up a jug of milk?
     
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  17. Dundee

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    Milk runs out of springs in Tassie, God thought, mate, Tassie is so pretty, we don't need cows.
     
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  18. August

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    Well if you have Alpacas then I pass on the Nuke , we have them in the Lachlan valley here not far from where I live.
     
  19. August

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    Yes we have milk geysers all over the place and cheese caves as well .
     
  20. August

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    Aussies are very laid back and laconic New Zealanders spend to much time with their sheep. And we don't talk like them.
     
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