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This post was published on Thursday, September 17th, 2009 4:59 pm. It has been categorised under Australia Design Posters and been tagged under , , .
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  1. Baron v Senden
    18 September 2009
    5:04 pm

    Well, well, Mr Cusack.
    Are you telling us, not so subtly perhaps, where your wanderlust will take you next?

  2. Andrew Cusack
    18 September 2009
    8:38 pm

    I should be so lucky!

    I’m afraid it’s a big giant “No” to that one. I’ve always wanted to go to Australia & New Zealand, but I must concentrate on finding gainful employ and on getting back to the U.K. full-time. New York is getting more vulgar by the minute: the Metropolitan Opera itself has just surrendered to vile blasphemy. There is no future here.

  3. Baron v Senden
    19 September 2009
    4:06 am

    A pity!
    Your reports from down under would have been as instructive, and diverting , as those from South Africa.

    As for the USA vs the UK: don’t delude yourself. At least in NYC there is the semblance of a serious protest; in London there would be none.

  4. java
    7 October 2009
    5:56 am

    The Marino sheep was transported from Spain via Cape Town to Australia as ‘n gift from ons Goverment to another.
    Once in Cape Town, the ship that transported the sheep had to wait for weather good enough to continue and in the process left some lambs behind.
    These lambs was tkaen to an farm, Zoetendalsvlei, where the wool industry in South Africa bloomed.

    On the farm Zoetendalsvlei, there is a big lake (vlei) with the name of Zoetendalsvlei, and its the biggest freshwater lake in South Africa. 15km to the South, Cape Aghulhas is the most Southern poin of Africa, and the true meting place of the two oceans, the Atlantic and the Indian (not the Cape of Good Hope).

    I like your blogg site and i dont think i thanked you for being Postman Andy, Man of International Deliveries!

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