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Old 07-07-2018, 11:08 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Bakery Hill View Post
By why use South East Asia as the comparison? If you live in Sydney and want to experience a culture, lifestyle and geography that is totally different, there are plenty of locations in the South West Pacific that will give you all of that, and which are a lot closer than Thailand, Indonesia or Vietnam.

You don't even have to leave Australia to spend time in a society that is traditional Melanesian; just travel up to the Torres Strait Islands.
That is true and even Fiji and Vanuatu. Of if you in Australia then try going to the ethnic enclaves in the City or travel to the remote outback Aboriginal communities.
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