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    Have you tried eating cangaroo meat? Is it any good? Is it readily available?


    Is it true that the Internet connection speed in Australia lags behind many countries?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy View Post
    Have you tried eating cangaroo meat? Is it any good? Is it readily available?


    Is it true that the Internet connection speed in Australia lags behind many countries?
    1. Yes. Yes. Yes.

    2. Yes.

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    How is the economy and infrastructure in Queensland?

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    What are your thoughts on Eucalyptus trees? They are indigenous to Australia. Like them? Dislike them? They are one of my favorite trees and they have been planted in my area since 1890s, often as a windbreaks.
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    Do you ever feel isolated given your geographic location

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disaffection View Post
    Do you ever feel isolated given your geographic location
    Yes definitely. I live in one of the most isolated cities in the world Perth. No other cities close by. You have to travel over the Nullabor which is just desert to get to the next nearest capital city Adelaide. We are actually closer to Bali than to the eastern state capitals.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Daco Celtic View Post
    What are your thoughts on Eucalyptus trees? They are indigenous to Australia. Like them? Dislike them? They are one of my favorite trees and they have been planted in my area since 1890s, often as a windbreaks.
    I like them. They're one of the unique smells of the Australian summer. Eucalyptus flavoured boiled sweets are also popular and nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace O'Malley View Post
    Yes definitely. I live in one of the most isolated cities in the world Perth. No other cities close by. You have to travel over the Nullabor which is just desert to get to the next nearest capital city Adelaide. We are actually closer to Bali than to the eastern state capitals.







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    Oh, this is not what I meant exactly. What I meant is, as a continent, do you feel isolated from the rest of the world? Since Australia is an island and tucked away in a corner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creoda View Post
    I like them. They're one of the unique smells of the Australian summer. Eucalyptus flavoured boiled sweets are also popular and nice.
    They a very popular tree in California. In fact the scent of the Eucalyptus is often associated with California even though it isn't a native tree. One can find many very tall, mature Eucalyptus trees here since so many were planted in the late 1800s and early 1900s. They are particularly well adapted to the west coast because they are drought tolerant and hardy. I was just at park that had very tall blue gum Eucalyptus all over the place.
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