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    1. #11

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      Mar 2010
      from South of London to South of Adelaide
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      Thanks guys. As it costs 1.70 a bar in the Australia shop over here I think I shall have to wait till my next trip in January to give it a try.

      Hope you enjoy the book - unusual and intriguing. I usually read a book in 2-3 days but this one will take much longer I suspect as you can't skimp easily. Great characters and very discriptive
      Jane and Clive
      CPV 143 - Feb 2010
      Acknowledged 3rd May 2010, VISA GRANTED 3rd June, 2011, Arrived 5th October Moved to new house 18th November 2011, 2014 Living the dream!

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      NE burbs
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      Cherry Ripes are gorgeous! The first time I had them was when I bought my hubs a dozen from the Aussie shop in Covent Garden for his bday - only about 7 got to him;)

      You can make a slice similar to them:
      The Expat Cook: Homemade Cherry Ripe Slices
      US -> UK -> NZ -> OZ


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