Category Archives: HOTELS, INNS AND WATERING HOLES

Nomina stultorum parietibus haerent. Fools’ names stick to the walls (of buildings). A reference to graffiti, as in Fools’ names, like fools’ faces, Are always found in public places. Anonymous

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ULLADULLA 046

I don’t go to the pub much any more—
they pulled down the Newcastle ten years ago,
and the Forest Lodge is full of young punks
who can’t hold their drink.

(Selected Poems, p.174)

TRANTER.

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foto – ulladulla lorikeet 2010

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When was a young ‘un, his cheeks necked with down, He drew his first pay cheque to head into town. Then up spoke his father, ‘Son, heed my words well — Keep clear of the girls at the Railway Hotel’ W.G. Howcroft.

KATES 30 TH BIRTHDAY 08 018

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