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You've always come across as a Queenstown kinda guy
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Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:09 pm
It’s a small town, very community based and friendly, isolated as hell. It’s bloody perfect for us
that bit gets lost on alotta city people. the whole country town community bit.
my experience of tassie was all about the community. strangers that'd do anything for you.
sure, i met my share of druggos and legits crazy people who – if they lived on the mainland – would probs be under medical supervision of some sort ... but you figure out really quickly who to avoid and who to help/ seek help from. i think if your direct neighbours are good, you're golden there.
glad you like it there, mate.
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Sat Mar 03, 2018 8:31 am
You are both absorbing salt and urinating.
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Paradoxically perhaps, but I'm enjoying living in the small community at Uluwatu, even if it is only 6 months a year.
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Being an aussie you are probably a bit of a novelty there.
Trev wrote:I have always had a lot of time for Dick
smnmntll wrote:Got one in the mouth once, that was pretty memorable
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