FLOWER SHOPS IN AUSTRALIA : FLOWER DELIVERY PHOENIX : WHITE BLOOMING FLOWERS.
Flower Shops In Australia
- (Flower shop) Floristry is the general term used to describe the professional floral trade. It encompasses flower care and handling, floral design or flower arranging, merchandising, and display and flower delivery.
- In most of Australia, delicatessen retains the standard European meaning. Large grocery supermarket chains often incorporate a specific deli department, and there is an abundance of stand-alone independent delicatessens across all parts of the country.
- a typical burger may have pickled beets (yuuuuuck), sunnyside up egg, sliced pineapple, and chile paste such as sambal oelek or sriracha.
- You must be at least sixteen years and nine months old before you are issued with a Learner riders licence.You may book into and attend a pre-learner course at the age of sixteen years and six months, as Certificates of Competence for course attendance are valid for three months from date of issue.
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Instructions for American Servicemen in Australia, 1942 (Instructions for Servicemen)
“Unlike cricket, which is a polite game, Australian Rules Football creates a desire on the part of the crowd to tear someone apart, usually the referee.” This is only one of the entertaining and astute observations the U.S. military provided in the pocket guides distributed to the nearly one million American soldiers who landed on the shores of Australia between 1942 and 1945. Although the Land Down Under felt more familiar than many of their assignments abroad, American GIs still needed help navigating the distinctly different Aussie culture, and coming to their rescue was Instruction for American Servicemen in Australia, 1942. The newest entry in the Bodleian Library’s bestselling series of vintage pocket guides, this pamphlet is filled with pithy notes on Australian customs, language, and other cultural facts the military deemed necessary for every American soldier.
From the native wildlife—a land of “funny animals”—to the nation’s colonial history to the general characteristics of Australians—“an outdoors sort of people, breezy and very democratic”—Instructions for American Servicemen in Australia gives a concise yet amazingly informative overview of the island nation. Regarding Aussie slang, it notes that “the Australian has few equals in the world at swearing. . . . The commonest swear words are ‘bastard’ (pronounced ‘barstud’), ‘bugger,’ and ‘bloody,’ and the Australians have a genius for using the latter nearly every other word.” The pamphlet also contains a humorous explanation of the country’s musical traditions—including an annotated text of “Waltzing Matilda”—as well as amusing passages on sports, politics, and the Aussies’ attitudes toward Yanks and Brits.
A fascinating look at a neglected Allied front in the Southern hemisphere, Instructions for American Servicemen in Australia, 1942 follows its successful predecessors as a captivating historical document of a pivotal era in history.
An Art Nouveau Stained Glass Shop Window Featuring Roses - Thornbury
These beautiful Art Nouveau stained glass roses and ribbons features in a window along a shop front on St Georges Road in the Melbourne suburb of Thornbury. At the time of the photograph, the shop front was being dismantled to be turned into apartments. I am pleased to report that, rather than be destroyed, the window has not only survived, but remained in place and is now a feature of the ground floor apartment!
Hibiscus Flower, Queensland, Australia
On my way to the shopping centre from my beach resort, i spotted this beautiful hibiscus flower with its vibrant red colour. These flowers are all over Queensland mainly but do grow in some place in Australia and other parts of the world