December 22, 2017

Hot Merry Christmas From Australia 2017

Thanks everyone who read Submarine Matters in 2017. Even a bigger thanks to readers who left good blog comments or commented directly to me by Email. 

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

Christmas feasts are frequently in the cooler evening on December 25. often with cold seafood (especially prawns/shrimp on the barbie), cold ham and warm turkey and cold beer. 

I miss the really cold christmases in germany were i spent two years in 1965-66.

a collins sub enjoys a tropical sunset at christmas
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SURFIN SANTA AND FRIENDS IN AUSTRALIA 
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A CHRISTMAS BEACH wildlife SCENE IN AUSTRALIA
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a christmas carol of brotherhood, even between strategic competitors 
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have a merry, safe and caring CHRISTMAS.

Pete 

3 comments:

MHalblaub said...

A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all!

MHalblaub

Peter Coates said...

A great Christmas to you to Matthias.

Pete

Anonymous said...

Ja, Germany has the best Christmas, maybe Austria and a few other Euro countries would disagree. I was in Southern Bavaria for three years, 62-65. Best time of my life, The Cuban Missile Crisis a month after I got there, the British Music Invasion. It was disappointing to leave.