Busty babes Australia

I had this idea that strip clubs tend to be seedy, dark, shady places that are dirty and not a nice place to be around, so when my friends insisted on taking me to one for a “coming out party” I was taken aback. They insisted and insisted and I relented and I was greatly surprised to visit Busty Babes ! It was the opposite of all I had imagined: raunchy and naughty, yes, but very clean, elegant and classy.

 

First of all, they were really welcoming and they had no issues with me being a woman and a lesbian, which is a plus (I was scared that they wouldn’t be too nice because I’m a woman, but I wasn’t made to feel different and I didn’t feel excluded or out of place at all). They were really welcoming, warm, friendly and inclusive and I felt really nice throughout the entire stay there. The girls also had no problem with me being a woman and they are not only friendly, cheeky and fun but they are also really, really good looking (and my type to be honest).

 

The place is not difficult to find and the club is very nice, clean, sleek and elegant. Not for a second was I reminded of those disgusting strip clubs I tend to see in American movies ! All in all, I didn’t feel grossed out at all.

The shows were also really nice, the girls are as good looking and friendly as they are talented and they sure can dance !

All in all, Busty Babes Australia is a place I would absolutely recommend, specially if you are a first timer that has never gone to a strip club and is a bit afraid of the bad image they tend to have. I will be going back myself !

Is bitcoin a good investment for Australians? Know everything about it

Bitcoin is a new phenomenon that has taken the world by storm as it is a digital currency that is gaining popularity among investors who want to earn money with Bitcoin. If you are also interested to invest money in Bitcoin, you will need to find out is Bitcoin a good investment for Australians? Most importantly, you can use this currency as an investment vehicle rather than an alternative to currency. Moreover, you should also do ample research before investing your money in this new avenue and you should never invest all your money in one place because it might be a risky thing to do.

 

 

Bitcoin investment for Australians on the condition if you are following precautions and investing a portion of your investible amount. You have the option of investing in Bitcoin core and Bitcoin cash as these are the most important digital currencies that offer you the chance of making money. All these transactions are carried online where you can easily buy and sell Bitcoin according to your requirements. The investment of Bitcoin is also determined on whether you are buying it for trading or storing which might decide the right strategy that you will need to follow and have a look at the website zipmex.com.au.

 

 

The volatile price movements of Bitcoin can make the price rise and fall drastically and therefore you will need to make sure that you are careful before investing your hard earned money in Bitcoin. With careful planning and execution, you can easily get good returns on your investment so that you will enjoy getting more profits in the long run. But, this cryptocurrency can have a high volatility period where you might lose money if you are not investing in the right manner. Therefore it is important that you learn about the different kinds of investment opportunities offered by Bitcoin for making the right investment decisions.

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Where to Buy Car Spare Parts in Australia?

Ford Ranger is one of the most popular trucks in the world. It was among the top-selling vehicles. With such good fuel performance and less maintenance, it has become a great utility vehicle. It was previously named as Ford Courier. In 1983, its name changed to Ford Ranger.

 

One of the important things that one should keep in mind is ensuring that the service is done regularly and parts are replaced as soon as there is a problem. By doing this, you can ensure a long life of the vehicles. Where to Buy Ford Ranger Wheels In Australia?

 

There are many places where you can buy car parts but you should make sure that you buy genuine parts. Many shops sell counterfeit products. You should be very much careful. You can check on the internet about the different spare shops in your locality. The internet will give you all the necessary information. Almost all the yellow pages are available on the internet.

 

If you are not satisfied with the information, then you can consider checking their reviews as it will help you in getting all the necessary information about the type of spares they sell. You can also visit the shop and check their customer’s ratings. You can also consider buying parts online. Many sellers deal in car spare parts. You need to find the best one. The rating of the seller may help you in determining the genuineness of the parts sold by the seller. You should also check the warranty of the products provided by the seller.

 

If you are thinking about where to buy Ford Ranger rims for your Wheels in Australia then you can also ask your friends and family. The family and friends will tell you in detail about the dealers. You can easily rely on the information provided by them.…

What is commercial building inspection?

The building inspection is a high precision task that carried for both commercial properties and residential in all cities. In most cities, there are official inspection departments that are responsible for commercial building inspection. There are also a few private companies authorized to conduct building inspections.

 

The main objective of this inspection is to help in planning future tasks such as reviewing code compliance plans, signing and issuing building permits, and fence permits in the concerned areas. With the help of commercial building inspection, the concerned authorities can keep a check on every step of building design, construction, alteration, repair as well as maintenance to ensure all safety measures are observed.

 

Brisbane commercial building inspections aims at providing residents in the building and neighboring areas with reliable and professionally maintained structures. It’s only a highly trained and unbiased building inspector assigned to carry out an inspection that can handle a wide variety of complaints, and other arising concerns quickly and accurately.

 

The building safety and code compliance is the primary objective in all building inspection department. All these regulations are adhered to during inspection to prevent future misfortune like loss of life and property. Commercial building inspections are conducted at various levels of building technicalities. Other essential services offered by the building inspectors include pre-application inspections, time extension for building permits, off-hour inspections, and residential energy conservation inspection that is necessary for altering projects.

 

A commercial building inspection is at the forefront of the technology, as the internet provides an advance network of significant tasks such as site development plans, plan reviews, obtaining building permits, and building inspections. Thus, it enables multiple-use and access to the databases. Most of the contractors have adopted this strategy to allow them to conduct electrical and plumbing works at a better speed. It also helps them prevent monetary losses. In a nutshell, the significance of commercial building inspections is to provide reliable safety and better quality of living to all residents.…

MARYBOROUGH HAS BEEN MAKING HISTORY …for over 160 years!

Portside is where thousands of new settlers arrived in the new colony, when Maryborough was the second major immigration port after Sydney in the last half of the 1800s.

Port of Maryborough

A deeper site was selected to replace the first shallow port of Maryborough which was located upriver at the original township.

Wool, tallow, hides and timber were exported through the busy port and many coastal vessels brought supplies for the settlers.

At one time the wharves stretched from the far end of Queens Park to beyond the Granville Bridge. At the marina you can see the last remnants of the original wharfs.

Between 1859, when Maryborough was declared an official Port of Entry, and 1901, more than 22,000 immigrants from Great Britain and Europe entered Australia through the port.

Ships also brought Kanaka labour from the South Sea Islands to work on local sugar plantations.

Ship building and repair industries added to the liveliness of the port. The derelict sheds behind the marina are remnants from the site of the Walker Shipyards which closed in 1974.

The port is long dormant but you can still walk the old time streets, once the home of ruffians, sailors, brothels and opium dens, and discover for yourself the remarkable history and the gloriously preserved buildings that remain.

Listen carefully and you may hear the echoes of sad farewells, the shouts of traders seeking top prices for their wares, or the Irish lilt of new Australians, lining up to register in their adopted homeland after months at sea.

Today its once thriving port district is an unique heritage precinct called Portside that offers a complete visitor experience – with sensational parklands, museums, restaurants, art galleries, steam train rides, river cruises, costumed characters, unique tours and events.…

A Weekend with Mary!

Spend a ‘Weekend with Mary’ unlocking fascinating history and unique Mary Poppins connections while experiencing some ‘SUPERCALIFRAGILISTIC’ fun.

‘Weekends with Mary’ run on the last weekend of every month with a full programme of heritage themed activities operating on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday – 9.30am to 9pm

The 2 hour ‘Tea with Mary’ tour, starting at City Hall, Kent Street at 9.30am, includes free admission to Bond Store and Customs House museums and finishes with a delightful morning tea in a heritage café.

At 2pm you can board the painted verandah bus for a one hour interpretive commentary of the City highlights. You will discover many of Maryborough’s historical homes, historical sites and other points of interest. Departs City Hall, Kent Street.

From 5pm to 9pm, re-live the bawdy, lively early days of Maryborough with a Lamplight Bazaar in its heritage Portside precinct.

Costumed characters, torchlight tours, entertainment, old fashioned food and craft barrows will help recreate the atmosphere of the once thriving port 150 years ago.

Exhibits will come alive on a ‘Night at the Museum’ tour of the Maryborough Military & Colonial Museum.

Old fashioned guides will take people on a ‘Night Watchman’ tour, spinning yarns about sailors, smugglers, brothels and opium dens.

To quench your thirst for history, join the ‘Portside Pub Tour’ (children under 18 yrs not permitted) and soak up amazing pub architecture and hear tall tales of the past.

Gatakers Artspace will introduce a series of musical and artistic performances on Saturday’s to coincide with the Lamplight Bazaar.

Sunday – 9am to 1pm

A wonderful, lazy Sunday morning of steam train rides, brass bands and traditional children’s games held in Maryborough’s stunning Queens Park.

Brass bands play inside a graceful old band rotunda while the unique sounds of the locally made steam driven calliope echo across the park.

With hourly departures between 10am and 2pm, you can experience the captivating sights and architecture of Maryborough from a different perspective with a cruise on the Mary River!
Inclusions: 1 hour cruise and sausage sizzle. Departing from the Public Jetty, Wharf Street.

All morning, the Mary Ann, a full sized replica of Queensland’s first steam locomotive built in Maryborough in 1873, chugs along the riverside parklands.

Children and adults can also climb onboard miniature steam trains, which run on a circuit around Queens Park. It’s a tradition begun by the city’s Model Engineers and Live Steamers Association (MELSA) over 30 years ago – and one that uniquely captures Maryborough’s carefree, family-friendly lifestyle.

Hear Maryborough’s famous time cannon fired at noon by the Town Crier.

Events at Portside:

Weekend with Mary

• 24th-25th March• 28th-29th April
• 23rd-24th June

• 26th-27th May
2012 Portside Food & Wine Fest
Saturday 9th June 2012
Mary River Parklands and Wharf Street
12noon until 5:00pm

The Portside Food & Wine Fest will be a new exciting element to the already popular World’s Greatest Pub Fest.

• Local and regional produce
• Exotic foods
• Wines, beers and coffee from our region

Enjoy an afternoon by the river with live music and entertainment.

More information about Weekend with Mary:

The Portside Centre
101 Wharf Street
Maryborough
Phone: (07) 4190 5730

Weekend with Mary Heritage Pass

Visitor Information Centre
City Hall on Kent Street
Maryborough
(07) 4190 5742