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AdvantagesStrong Scent, Readily available, Free

DisadvantagesSoft, Die Quickly

...-rated bait as it is excellent for the little anglers with their rods dangling into a rockpool, try it next time mum and dad are fishing put limpets on the little ones rods and they will catch Gobies etc (always supervise youngsters near the sea). Also they are a favourite for the Wrasse family as these are there staple diet. 5. Winkles Try these for tipping off soft baits though i have never caught...

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AdvantagesGreat price, well designed, very comfy and safe to work with, ideal for quick fix meals

DisadvantagesNone from me

...I do enjoy cooking and I find it really relaxing but I do need my tools to do this and the product that I am reviewing today is my Swift Spice Carbon Steel Wok. The Wok is something that I had been wanting to get for some time and my mum is always cooking with hers so a couple of paydays ago I decided that I was going to get a wok, it had taken me some time and I did do some research before I...

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“Sea World”

published 19/01/2014

AdvantagesLoads to do and see, shows

DisadvantagesFood prices

...for food. There is a little hut selling trays of fish so that you can feed them yourselves. The costs are $4 for one tray of fish, $7 for 2 trays or $10 for 4 trays. You might as well start off with the four trays as you end up feeling sorry for the sea lions as they yelp and look up to you expectantly. We ended up going back for more trays because feeding them was so much fun. The kids will love doing...

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