Having only arrived in late October, we soon heard about ‘Guy Fawkes Night’ and saw fireworks being sold in stores (of course banned in Australia, except Canberra I’m told). I had trouble finding dry wood, but rustled up enough to create our own fire (also banned at this time in Perth, WA) to bbq some bacon, sausages, steak, and onions as we enjoyed a british stubby and the neighbours’ fireworks. The borough of Barnet was like a warzone, with the whistling of fireworks in flight and the explosions that light up the night sky – it went on for hours. Reminded us of the Australia Day skyshows. Thanks for spending all that money for our entertainment guys, hope the wafting bbq made you jealous! How do you like the mo coming along for movember?
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