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Dave Walsh
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Writer, history gourmand, urban explorer, lover of the good life
Writer, history gourmand, urban explorer, lover of the good life

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The sad story of forgotten and abandoned places.

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Locomotive 1552 Valle del Los Ingenios in Trinidad, Cuba
#Trinidad #Cuba #Valledelosingenios 
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Thinking of travelling to Cuba? There's lots you need to know about using the internet, getting cash, and things to see and do. Here are some ideas for you.

#cuba #travel #tropicalbeaches #sunset #havana #castro #firsttime #adventure #architecture #vintagecars #photography #paradise #tours #backpackers 

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Panorama at Panorama.
#southaustralia   #adelaide   #australia   #drone  
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Electra House lives again! A wonderful heritage building in Adelaide gas a new life as an upmarket restaurant and bar.
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Find free things to do during the History Festival in Adelaide.

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Find free things to do during the History Festival in Adelaide.

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Free premiere screening of 'The First Anzac Day' in the historic St Peters Town Hall, 101 Payneham Rd, St Peters at 7.00pm on Thursday 23 April 2015. You're invited.

The 10th Battalion were at the head of the covering force for the Anzac Cove landing and amongst the first ashore. In the darkness and chaos of the landing two 10th Battalion scouts, Arthur Blackburn and Philip Robin, made it across the peninsula to their unit’s objective, Scrubby Knoll on the Third Ridge. No allied soldier would set foot there again during the entire campaign.

Back at home Australians were finding ways to raise funds, care for the wounded and honour the dead. On the 13th of October 1915 South Australia's Eight Hour Day was renamed Anzac Day. The First Anzac Day.

This hour long documentary follows the formation of the 10th Battalion, what became of the scouts and explores The First Anzac Day.

This free premiere screening is presented by the City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters Cultural Heritage Program at the historic St Peter’s Town Hall, 101 Payneham Road, St Peters on Thursday 23 April at 7.00pm.

For further information or to register to attend the 7.00pm screening please contact Ash Starkey: ash@starkey.net.au  or 0417 814 521.

The First Anzac Day was produced by award winning South Australian filmmaker Ash Starkey of Starkeyz productions with support from the ANZAC Day Commemoration fund. Would love to see you there. Cheers +Ash Starkey #thefirstanzacday #anzac #ANZACs #southaustralia #worldwarone  
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What lies behind the grim doors of old Adelaide Gaol? Could it be haunted by the many prisoners who met their ends within these walls?

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Looking for free things to do in Adelaide over the Easter long weekend?

#adelaide   #southaustralia   #free   #thingstodo  
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