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1. Photos for inspiration
Photos for inspiration
Photos of interesting topics and places are very emotional and inspiring. They can be used for positive and healing feelings. We can all do and use this. You don't have to be a monk or a scientist, you just have to look at the picture and concentrate. Now close your eyes and let your emotions be ...
Travel & Places - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:52:30
2. Have You Seen These Fruits Of Thailand
Have You Seen These Fruits Of Thailand
Here are some amazing fruits and foods of Thailand that are unique to this area. These are just a few of the fascinating foods that I have presented here, and there are plenty more. They are tropical foods and are seasonal, some are exported to other...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 00:22:50
3. The Story Of A House Extension
The Story Of A House Extension
Here is a short visual story about the house extension process, at our property. We removed the carport and doubled the loungeroom and kitchen, and added a double garage. The process took about 60 days, which was done by a licensed builder. The painting, tiling and every thing was done by qualifi...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 00:22:36
4. Pirate Sand Sculptures in Surfer's Paradise
Pirate Sand Sculptures in Surfer's Paradise
Here is a collection of Sand sculptures I thought you would find interesting. These are part of a competition, over 7 days, to do sand sculptures at the beach. This event was held at Surfer's Paradise, only 20 meters from the beach, but they did not use beach sand. The sand used was 'builder's sa...
Arts & Design - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 04:10:34
5. What Is On Kangaroo Island?
What Is On Kangaroo Island?
Kangeroo Island is a large island (160km longx40 km wide) situated south east of Adelaide, and at the bottom of South Australia. The island can be accessed by ferry, taking about 45 minutes, carrying people and vehicles. There are many animals and attractions to see, like seals, kangaroos, caves,...
Travel & Places - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 12:25:38

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