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From Darwin to Kiama

  Journey from Darwin to Kiama: Exploring Australia's Scenic Route Darwin Airport Standing in queue watching the wheel go around and around. Sydney Airport The first Coffee on a cold morning really hits the spot. Kiama Pie-perfection in Kiama: The BEST Pie Shop You NEED to Try  Description Discover an unusual travel guide for your journey from Darwin to Kiama. Explore some of the lowlights and highlights along the way. Whether looking for the fastest route or scenic detours, this video guide has something everyday memorable. From queues to coffee to pies. Key Words Darwin to Kiama travel, Australia scenic routes, Travel guide Darwin, Kiama attractions, Road trip Australia, Flights to Kiama, Best travel tips, Darwin to Kiama itinerary, Australian travel blog, Kiama sightseeing Hashtags #DarwinToKiama #TravelAustralia #ScenicRoutes #RoadTrip #TravelGuide #ExploreAustralia #TravelTips #AustralianAdventure #JourneyThroughAustralia #KiamaAttractions Be Creative and Innovative with K

Godin Wonder Cosmos Text

Godin Wonder what do we want the machine to see? do we want the machine to see god? god in our hands god in our hearts god in our minds god in our actions god in our love Godin Cosmos Out there is discovery In here is discovery Whether it be micro or macro the same situation draws us from under cover Hear the call,  in urgency and haste The speed ever increasing and yet all differences seem to coverage The reason being forward and the answer being past If we continue to observe we shall delude ourselves by the sheer cunning of our ingenuity If we fall into the grace of mystery we shall delude ourselves by the sheer stupidity of our godliness It whispers in our ear Imagine it and it will exist Godin Text Fear within the night air Come into the darkness Way underground way out there Dig and scratch, scratch and dig No sensors undefinable darkness Without sight Without sound Without touch Without scent Without taste Without sense, without body, w

Indigenous language Australia

Bess Nungarrayi Price should be able to speak Walpiri in Legislative Assembly. Indigenous Politician Told Not ... An upset Price then sent a letter to Purick seeking permission to speak her traditional language to speak her traditional language in the assembly. Scott Barbour / Getty Images “I am determined to be tenacious in relation to the use of my language. I am seeking permission to use my first language to make statements or answer questions should I see with an appropriate English interpretation following,” Price wrote.