An Australian Way also sits in the Airport. They also sell Australian manufactured food, but clothing and various souvenirs as well. You will find many more shops than those listed here. Try them all!
These major heritage sites visited include the site of the first landing of the first settlers in 1836. Later cross the Pat and see the model of the ‘HMS Buffalo’, the sailing ship that brought the early settlers to Holdfast Bay. You also see the Old Gum Tree, the site chosen by Governor Hindmarsh to read the proclamation of South Australia on 28 December, 1836. The trail finishes in Colley Reserve.
Beginning at the end of November, the City’s 39th annual Cavalcade of Lights will be launched at Toronto City Hall and throughout the city. At Nathan Phillips Square there will be skating, Saturday night fireworks, Toronto’s Official Christmas Tree, lighting displays, City Tv’s traditional New Years Eve bash. Also going on in 14 Toronto neighbourhoods there are energy efficient lighting displays each designed to fit the theme of the neighbourhood. There is also a bus in operation to take you to the various neighbourhoods so you can shop during the day and visit the lights at night.
The month of episodes is sure to be dotted with many wonderful flashback moments involving the Alice Horton, the current cast, and returning alumni, as the torch is handed from one Horton matriarch (Alice) to the next (Maggie).
The Anlaby Station. Established by the Dutton family in 1839, The Anlaby is a station that consists of 160 thousand acres of land. The place is well known for their Merino wool, which was started by Mr. Dutton when he brought back the raw product from the sheep from NSW in 1839.
The second Ashes Crciket Test match ended yesterday at Adelaide with England winning the test easily. However, two of the players will be missing from the rest of the series.
There are far too many strine terms to include here and if you don’t understand something that an Aussie says, just ask and they’ll tell you. Of course they may explain it to you in strine but it would just be to poke a little fun at you. Australians love to have fun and are some of the most laid back people in the world.