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Post#21 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:40 am by trwi7

vlietinho wrote:As a Dutchman I should go there probably since it's named after Abel Tasman, the Dutchy who discovered it..
Oh wait, we Dutchies discovered Australia as well ;-)


How can one discover a country that had been discovered thousands of years earlier? Just like American textbooks telling kids that Columbus discovered America, even though it was inhabited. :)
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Post#22 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:45 am by vlietinho

trwi7 wrote:
vlietinho wrote:As a Dutchman I should go there probably since it's named after Abel Tasman, the Dutchy who discovered it..
Oh wait, we Dutchies discovered Australia as well ;-)


How can one discover a country that had been discovered thousands of years earlier? Just like American textbooks telling kids that Columbus discovered America, even though it was inhabited. :)


True. I should say the first European tourist 8-)
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Post#23 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Wed Nov 14, 2012 12:42 pm by White+Purple

I too hope to discover America one day :lol:
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Post#24 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Wed Nov 14, 2012 3:39 pm by AussieBuck

White+Purple wrote:I too hope to discover America one day :lol:

And kill a large chunk of the inhabitants with your diseases? :D

Anywho Hobart is actually a really nice little city, particularly if you like beer.
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Post#25 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Wed Nov 14, 2012 5:14 pm by blazza18

AussieBuck wrote:To be fair he did say he was coming to Australia and not Tasmania.



:nod:
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Post#26 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:08 am by tasball

AussieBuck wrote:
tasball wrote:Don't listen to all these Mainlanders -

Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2013 publication has named Hobart (Tasmania) one of the Top 10 cities in the world to visit in 2013. Hobart is ranked at number 7 in the publication and is the only Australian city on the list.

To be fair he did say he was coming to Australia and not Tasmania.


Well there ya go - Australia has no cities in the top 10.....
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Post#27 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:46 am by Jez2983

Garbs_7 wrote:I don't drink wine but apparently South Australia and the South West of W.A. is the best wine country in Australia.

+1 :)[/quote]

Mate, I'll definitely show you round if you come to Adelaide :lol:

Are you a beer drinker? I can give you some ideas on things to try :D
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Post#28 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Thu Nov 15, 2012 6:52 am by vlietinho

AussieBuck wrote:
White+Purple wrote:I too hope to discover America one day :lol:

And kill a large chunk of the inhabitants with your diseases? :D

Anywho Hobart is actually a really nice little city, particularly if you like beer.


I do like beer, but to travel there just for that? :)

Any beer tips, I once tried Fosters and well, how do I say that nice, eeh, lol, i didnt like it very much :oops:
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Post#29 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Thu Nov 15, 2012 6:57 am by blkout

No one in Australia drinks Fosters, I honestly have no idea how it's even affiliated with this country lol the only time I've ever had it in my life was in England. Jez is the beer man he'll have a liver the size of a soccer ball by the age of 50 but he knows everything about beer :biggrin:
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Post#30 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:02 am by AussieBuck

I saw a slab of Fosters in a 93 year old dude's fridge last week. Otherwise yeah I've seen one other guy drinking it and I took a picture to show people. :D
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Post#31 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:06 am by vlietinho

Fosters is (or used to be) the Formula One beer sponsor. So I had a couple when a went to a race once. It wasn't that bad to be honest, just a bit watery and not too much flavor
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Post#32 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Thu Nov 15, 2012 1:25 pm by White+Purple

Only place I saw Fosters was on a tourist ferry on Sydney Harbour :nod:
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Post#33 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:15 pm by blazza18

Fosters was big because Crocodile Dundee did an ad for it in the 80's over in the US. The same ad did the whole shrimp on a barbie **** too. So now cause of that americans who have nfi think we love fosters and call prawns shrimps. :evil:
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Post#34 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Fri Nov 16, 2012 6:52 am by Jez2983

blkout wrote:No one in Australia drinks Fosters, I honestly have no idea how it's even affiliated with this country lol the only time I've ever had it in my life was in England. Jez is the beer man he'll have a liver the size of a soccer ball by the age of 50 but he knows everything about beer :biggrin:


I don't drink at all during the week and hardly at all on weekends at the moment.

I wait till I go to Adelaide (like next week) and make my brother buy me lots of expensive beer :lol:
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Post#35 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:09 am by vlietinho

Any tips on brands?
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Post#36 Re: OT : I'm coming to Australia
Sun Nov 18, 2012 2:40 am by joshuapending

There is only one you need to worry about and that is Coopers Pale Ale, best drop around.
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