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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by digger View Post


    Carolyn and Harry can warn/tell you about us!!
    Welcome to kip here on your lap mate..they can school you up on address , phone numbers and our general craziness here!!

    Enjoy!!

    We will be schooling when Gus has a phone IS there anyone who does not whant us to give their phone number out otherwise it is all in

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    Hi Gus,
    You're welcome to drop in here anytime on your travels, maybe a drive around Mount Mee or somewhere could be organized too

    Have a great trip

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    Thanks all for the invitations, it is great to feel so welcomed.

    Had a quick thought, what are some good Aussie movies I should see?

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    Hi Gus,

    Movies....well our Cate (Blanchett) is starring in a Woody Allen movie.

    http://www.abc.net.au/atthemovies/txt/s3826259.htm

    Ok.....good movie but not Australian... how about Mystery Road:

    At the Movies: Mystery Road
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    the castle

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    welcome here anytime, mrs HH has my number if you are interested.
    watch the castle and crocodile dundee.
    La la la-la la la,
    Sing a happy song.
    La la la-la la la,
    Smurf your whole day long.

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    Yep, you have to watch The Castle. Funny movie.

    You should also watch :

    • The Man from Snowy River for a bit of horsey adventure.
    • Gallipoli - one of the best war movies ever made, in my opinion. I'm from England and they made us watch this when we were kids at school in history class, it's that good.
    • Chopper - a movie based on the life of a famous Aussie standover man called Mark Brandon 'Chopper" Read who died last Friday.
    • Rabbit Proof Fence
    • Crocodile Dundee
    • Mad Max
    • Muriel's Wedding
    • Two Hands (Heath Ledger and Rose Byrne very early in their careers)
    • Gettin' Square (Sam Worthington and David Wenham. Wenham is hilarious)


    And, if you are heading to Sydney, give me a PM and we'll meet up.

    Bobby

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    Not a movie but watch some episodes of the Bush Tucker Man on youtube!
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    ^ I second the motion
    and the leyland brothers mainly the trip from the most western point to the most eastern point of australia, I think it is called across the wildness they use a 107 station wagon and a swb s2 or s2a
    La la la-la la la,
    Sing a happy song.
    La la la-la la la,
    Smurf your whole day long.

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    Hello Gus, great to meet you at Glenreigh, you know your welcome at our place anytime, Carolyn has our number, just call, I'll show you the sights around the South Coast.

    Have a great trip mate you will love Fraser Is, it's a lovely place.

    Watch out for drop bears

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