Tag Archives: rocks

Life on the ledge

Our first stop today was the weekly Cenac market. We’d decided last night that we would buy the makings of a picnic and stop somewhere nice to eat it at around lunch. So we bought some pretty good cheese, tomatoes, … Continue reading

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Taking the tram

I saw my first St Sebastian for ages today. He was in a huge painting, surrounded by tin and enamel saints, in St Peter’s Church in the old town. Actually Mirinda thought the church was ‘hideous’…though I’m certain that had … Continue reading

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More boring stuff about rocks

I was on my way to the V&A at lunchtime today when I noticed that the Exhibition Road entrance to the Natural History Museum was empty of people. I don’t think I’ve ever seen this before. This entrance leads into … Continue reading

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Bright, sparkling water

We lived in Katoomba for five years, over a decade ago. We lived in this street: The years we spent there coincided with our years of wandering the state as nomadic troubadours. Our house was a combination office, storage facility … Continue reading

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