December 21, 2015

Christmas in Australia 2015

Australia's Christmas (being Southern Hemisphere) is the hottest time of year. Temperatures average around 30ºC (86ºF) during the day and 17ºC (63ºF) at night

Christmas feasts are frequently at midday on December 25 and often seafood (especially prawns/shrimp on the barbie), ham and turkey, duck or black swan (yummy :) 



a collins sub enjoys a tropical sunset at christmas
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The beach on a hot christmas day
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a typical australian christmas carol 
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aussie christmas 1958
australia was more british then
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Santa's submarine sleigh is pulled by 6 ravenous great white sharks, known as "boomers" (Photo courtesy)
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Pete 

4 comments:

Nicky said...

Hi Pete,
You want to trade places, I have snow over here

Peter Coates said...

Hi Nicky

No way I wanta trade places.

All those sleighs, snowmen, Turkeys, eggnog, charroling, Santas who really need their outfits.

Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZ6yQgBvuoI

Pete

Anonymous said...

Hi Pete

Japan’s iconic food in Xmas is Kentucky Fried Chicken. I cannot send KFC, so I introduce a video of 212A submarine (U-31) as a Xmas present. It is German, but still very interesting. https://www.ndr.de/fernsehen/sendungen/die_nordstory/Die-Orkanfahrt-von-U-31,sendung447848.html

Regard
S

Peter Coates said...

Happy New Year S

Thankyou for the Christmas present. Looked like stormy weather for U-31.

Here is a Youtube "KFC Christmas Japan: A delicious alternate reality" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFw-TZzqX8M , Enjoy :)

Pete