you've moved to broady? for serious? oh my gawd (said in best ethnic northern suburbs accent).
It has it's own unique Northern charm... it will either rub off on me or I'll rub off on it. (But living 5 minutes from work is the real draw card.)
there is also e-55 on elizabeth st, good beer on tap, couches and laid back.
Yep. Sounds good after a hard days work. :)
im probably alot older than your good self young lady.
already found a man?
Let's just say I need a man as much as I have a man... does that makes any sense?
hahaha...may have to try that one.
Yeah, just don't start leaving large heart-shaped cut-outs in the classifieds... :S
Australia *is* a separate continent. Not part of Asia geographically or otherwise. Part of Australasia as far as an eco-political entity is concerned though...
7. Australia - this one always confuses me.
Don't worry, we stand alone in doing that to a lot of people. :S
But really I think Australia *is* a clear example of a continental landmass... purely because it *is* a major land mass (How does 7686850 sq km sound?), and simply because it *does* stand alone as a ''large, continuous, discrete mass of land, separated by an expanse of water..."
I assume all continents have to adhere to some definition, but this seems to change relative to their relationship with other land masses they are adjacent to... which is why there are differing numbers of continents according to which definition you use...
There is some overlap with major tectonic boundaries though.. But the confusion is when Continental ''boundaries'' *aren't* incident with these tectonic boundaries... then it can become a little arbitrary as to where Continents stop and new ones begin... such as the case with Europe, The British Isles and ''Eurasia''...
So in this case, I can throw the question right back to you and ask:
in "Asia" or is it a separate continent?
Aren't *you* in fact living in Eurasia?