posted on Nov, 25 2017 @ 12:00 PM
a reply to: kaelci
I never realised that Australia had mountains. It is also one of the last countries I would associate with snow, along with Jamaica. So, I learned
The Snowy Mountains sounds very LOTR/mystical too. I'd love to visit but the distance, cost and temperature hold me back. Plus
it's huge and I don't care much for cities. Or spiders, snakes, scary-looking bugs, or dying.
The chocolate spiders look yummy. (I hate glace cherries though so will drop mine discreetly in the bin...I know, I'm picky) Xmas is here and I envy
all the people who get to eat roasted poultry stuffed to the brim with festive flavour and stuffing and post photos lol. I have no problem with being
single but it sure does limit your options in the kitchen when you want to be "fancy". I'd be eating it for the next 2 weeks. The left-overs wouldn't
fit in my camping fridge either lol.
Back to temperatures for a moment.... I understand you have a rather important visitor arriving soon. Will you be turning the airco on at first to
help them get acclimatised gently? Us Northen-hemispherers might be overwhelmed with such a wall of heat when that airplane door opens. Just trying to
@phoenix Umm, call me a scaredy-cat but exposed flesh near a source of hot oil spitting about all over the place really doesn't sound like fun. I
think Xmas in summer weather is weird. Conditioning I guess. Then again, snow is hugely over-rated too. It looks great the first day but after that,
euch! Slipping and sliding.
edit on 25/11/17 by LightSpeedDriver because: Typo