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I had to read this one outloud to the family - thanks for the interesting conversation and laughs over the differences of culture. Sure did enjoy it, mate.


I loved reading this, mate.


Hey mate, do Australian winters have much snow? Surely not as much as the typical Pittsburgh winter. : ) Are cuppas merely a "cup" of tea/coffee? Or is it referencing something else...


Hi Monique, No snow where we are in Melbourne, thankfully, but about two hours north of here there are skiing hills. Most winter days the temperature hovers around 40 to 55 degrees F but it can get down just to freezing, or go up higher on a good day. As for cuppa, I have only heard it refer to tea. It is short of "cup of tea" in the U.K. as well. Christie

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