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We had to wait an hour to be seated. Then after another 20 mins after being seated I had to ask for bread. Meal finally arrived and it was great. Had to wait another long period of time to obtain boxes and our check. Now 2 1/2 hours later we obtain to leave. Don't think I will not be coming back.
Had the Barrier Reef entre in fond memory of US Peace Corps members who were continuing their life journey from their service in Equatorial Guinea, a Central African country to the Outback of Australia with stopover at the Amazing Barrier Reef nearly 20 years ago. Meal and service at OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE is now a part my continuing life rewards. Wishing you the same.
Amazing food, atmosphere and people. Love the fact that you can obtain it delivered now. When I wish Outback but don't wish to leave my house... Booyah baby! Always have a amazing experience when I visit the restaurant, any problems that arise are handled quickly and professionally.
It is not a smooth experience. I had a lot of problems linking rewards to the app. You have to email support. Takes days for primary acc problems like acc resets. They really need to build out the exception case and the flow in the application for them. I etty close to giving up.
The only issue is with the www service zone for getting on the waiting list. When you begin it, it says "Unfortunately, Outback has stopped" and won't allow you do anything else. Then, I just used it to obtain on the waiting list at the Butler, NJ zone and it worked just fine. I'm sure that Outback loses at least a few customers due to this. FIX IT PERMANENTLY! Being forced to call the restaurant to obtain on the waiting list is completely ridiculous when they supposedly that on the website.
Have been twice and have yet to earn any rewards. Now when I go to sign into my rewards acc it gives an error that "There is already an acc with this information." Well of course there's already an acc with this information... I'm trying to sign in to it. But instead it keeps trying to create a account.
With this book my collection is complete. Paul Freeman is certainly one of the best LGBTQ male physique photographers out there today. His studies of different types of male models are diverse and incredibly well thought out. Freeman's staging is unbelievable and compliments the intense beauty of his models. Showcasing the beauty of the nude male physique is both sensitive and complete. Five stars for this collection of photography, and it is a worthy addition to the Outback Series.
As the other book I bought, this one is no short of gorgeous photos featuring some of the most impressive male models I have Ever seen. The theme of the book is carefully carried out with attention to details! I am Particularly intrigued by the lighting of a few shots. I cannot say too a lot of amazing words about it.
Paul Freeman proves once more that he is the greatest male nude photographer alive. He presents us, men and women (and I honestly think a lot of women would search his books very tasteful and appealing), with wonderful, elegant and extremely sexy photographs of naked men. And, as I said before in my Outback Brumby's review, the men are regular folk, natural, hairy (which I think is the theme of this volume), fit but not muscular, handsome but not perfect-as-a-model, sexy but not vulgar (no hardons here). Highly recommended! Already waiting for next one!
This book is absolutely amazing. The handsome men in these photographs are stunning! Every single page is breathtaking. This is a well place book of photography of nude muscular men. This is one amazing collection to place on the shelf and I'm planning to obtain more of these books by Paul Freeman.
I just received Outback Bushmen as a Christmas show from a dear mate in Austria who is responsible for turning me on to Paul Freeman's genius. I have every single work by him and this is a superb achievement. Freeman has taken us from the Bondi series to the Outback series and then his latest effort, Heroics, took us on a fantasy trip that has no equal. From that sensual fantasy globe of Heroics, Freeman now takes us "back to the bush"--literally! The men in this volume are STUNNING. Believe me, they are true men--beautiful, rugged, bearded, hairy, fully grown MEN. Freeman's genius is to search the right men to photograph and then tell an enthralling story with his vision from behind the camera. This volume is NOT to be missed. Heroics was given to me by the same mate for my birthday and since that time I have purchased every single volume that Freeman has produced. If you ever look at one work, you won't be able to live without all of them!!!! This effort is 5 STARS--ENJOY!!!!
This is a unbelievable essay on the male form, well presented--I presume that the lads were all Australian and wondered at the locale--photography was superb, as one would expect from the author. There were some little matters of image reversal, particularly the model with the plaster on his right shoulder and wrist. Those to whom I have shown the book were similarly impressed as I was, and the question arose, "Where do these magnificent men hide?" I loved to book.
I've been collecting all of Paul Freeman's nude male photography books and each one is spectacular. Tis one may be my favorite yet (and that's a really difficult call considering they are all THE best of the best). Once again, the models are truly beautiful, they are posed naturally, they don't have the typical model look, and they are captured brilliantly. I can't recommend this or any of the others more!
We just used this for a squad building happening latest night. The idea itself is cool, we had a lot of fun performing the activities. But, this application is beautiful darn glitchy. Is a MAJOR battery suck, started the happening at 98%, ended an hour and a half later at 14%, and no, my phone isn't crappy. Then tonight I was just reviewing the pictures and videos from the other squads from latest night's happening and the application running created my phone heat up so much the phone shut down to go into cool down mode, which has never happened.
The application is a fun fresh method to do a scavenger hunt. It worked well while connected to wireless connection and data which was amazing while running around and being competitive. A amazing mix of challenges with pictures, videos and trivia.
The challenges were sort of fun, and the concept was cool, but the execution of this application wasn't there. The button on the sign in screen hardly worked any of the time, and I kept getting logged out by the slow and clunky UI. Also, it was very hard to figure out how to form a squad so that everyone could have the application on their phone. It makes everyone on your squad make a separate squad and then merge them together. Also, not good battery performance.
There is so much about this hero that I love and so much about this book that makes me wish more! The lively descriptions of the Australian geography and nature. Audrey tugs at your heart strings and gives you a unbelievable picture of a young girl with a vivid imagination living with her family who present what love and warmth looks like when you have a hero such as Audrey. I loved it! And I can't wait to read more.
After his girlfriend dumped him, Jayden checked out--of school, of his relationship with his mates and his mom. A possibility to visit his uncle Mel in Australia doesn't excite him but Jay goes along as it will be something to support him forget about his now-over romance. Mel is a biologist hoping to search a fresh species of lizard and when he takes his research assistant, Natalie, and Jay into the desert, things obtain interesting. They obtain stuck in a very isolated zone of the desert with no phone, small meal and water, and one of the three goes missing. Are two other biologists trying to search the elusive (possibly) fresh species, and is Nat secretly telling them what Mel is doin? Part of the Orca Soundings hi-lo series, this has enough adventure to hold reluctant teens reading to the end. A short survival story that is a cautionary tale about following your dreams but not stepping back to see the huge picture.
Delightful collection of short novels about a girl growing up in 1930's Australia. I was in our library's juvenile section, and the book's bright red cover caught my eye. I thought it was an Australian children's classic that had been reissued for a U.S. market, and when I read it, nothing about the book dispelled that illusion. It has the authenticity of "Little House on the Prairie," and the ingenuous, straightforward style of early 20th-century kids' books, like "Pollyanna" or "Miss Minerva and William Greenhill."Audrey is lively, imaginative, and good-hearted. She has an older brother, a much younger brother, a mother with a poor leg, a father who is away from home for long periods of time, and a very unusual pet. The family is not good and lives humbly. The house has a mud floor, they use a dunny (outhouse), the oven is outside, and they travel via camel. But they're well off, compared to the swaggies (tramps) or Aboriginals they sometimes encounter. Audrey likes to test on fresh identities and forge fresh private relationships, and the stories revolve around ese are simple, lovely novels, and I was astonished to learn that all were first published within the past few years. Fair dinkum they were.
I purchased the Audrey of the Outback Collection for my 7-year old daughter as a bonus for her ballet performance/concert instead of flowers.....one and half days later she has finished it (she couldn't place it down)!!! We all had a amazing laugh at the interesting words in the back. It's a unbelievable book for homeschoolers wanting to add some safe Australiana literature into their curriculum. It is also a fabulous bonus to send to people outside of Australia. It's an absolutely unbelievable book for anyone at all interested in Australia. Can't wait to obtain our hands on all Christine Harris' other books!!! Just want they were all on available on Kindle!
I found this book to be amazing quick paced read. I liked that it was set in the Australian outback and Zoe Chant kept it true in the description of the landscape. This book brought reality and fantacy together en is a really likeable Shifter and person. He only wants the best for everyone. Elle is struggling to search her put and dealing with life long issues, but comes off as a powerful independent woman. They create a amazing match for each is books brings you laughter, love, tears and forgiveness all wrapped in intrigue and action.
** spoiler alert ** Callan has been tasked with keeping her safe. Ella is trying to escape the people after her. They wish something she has. Will they be able to work together to piece everything together? Will Ella obtain answers to all the questions of her past?I liked how both of these characters were able to work together to hold each other safe. I loved Ella's brain and how she was logical and honestly didn't panic much throughout the story. I loved how Callan automatically was protective, but recognized she was capable also. Amazing read!
This, like all 'Zoe" books, was an awesome read. I thought Callan and Ella clicked in a amazing way. Discovering that shifters are true was a bit overwhelming for her. She never tried to war or reject the bond they shared. Their war wasn't versus each other, but they would have to war together. Action, yup. Danger, yup. Romance, oh yeah! Book 2 of another amazing series. Can't wait for more.
As always, Zoe Chant does not disappoint with her shifter novels. I received an early copy of this novel and I read the first book in the series too. This is stand alone but the couple from the prior book does create an appearance and there are recurring cast members throughout this series. Therefore, I recommend reading in though I think it would be simple to follow even if you rst, I love the introduction into the Australian setting. The author mentions multiple Australian specific things, including Callan’s animal, the diprotodon. ( i had to look that one up!). There were also other i believe Australian specific animal shifters, giving this book a very zone specific feel and it created the book feel ultra special. I loved an meets Ella when he is tasked with saving her after she ran away because her lab and her home was ransacked. They go on the run together to escape people looking to do her harm. The question is, why are they doing this? What is the bigger picture? I believe that the reason behind this will play an overarching arch through this series. It was an interesting and imaginative story and I really enjoyed the two main characters as well as the supporting cast, including the other Agents who will hopefully be getting their ere were some parts that felt a small like they dragged but overall, this book had romance, action and a bit of intrigue. Well rounded and fun, I’m looking forward to more books in the series!
Ella Woodson, a biochemist whose globe was turend upside down one day when she arrived at the lab she shared with four other biochem PhD students, to search the police there taping off the entrance. She required answers despite her not liking police, she held her own when she came face-to-face with the damage.Turned that only her work was destroyed, she was clueless as to why someone would wish to stop her from conducting her research. Her house too was vandalized, at that point she knew she was in peril. Then she received a call that send her into hiding from the evildoers. She was under the impression that her father hated her when in reality, he sent her away to Australia to protect an McKenna, a diprotodon shifter and a member of a secret supernatural secretive organization who specialized in handling criminals that the human law enforcements couldn't handle. He was assigned by his boss to look for Ella Woodson, who'd gone missing after the happenings that rocked her world. Her father was Dr. Henry Woodson, head of science and research at Hargreaves Inc.Hargreaves was a company that place up a front as being a personal security agency when in reality the company had some of the most ruthless and risky people woring for them. One of their operatives went after one of Callan's colleagues, Hector Richardson and his friend whom we've met in the orevious book, an set out to look for Ella and found her, she told him about the call she received, he had a feeling that it could be a trap so they create a compromise. He qouldgo with her and in return she would go back to Canberra with him when she got her answers. But things didn't go as planned since the evildoers attacked e was his mate, he told her all about his inner animal but she fell asleep. Even though she thought what he'd said the night begore was all a dream. In the end she took what he said to heart and learn more about him, his teammates and the supernatural was geat to see Hector, Myrtle and Ruby again but it was also a treat to meet Hector's sister and her bettet half. Meeting more of Callan's teammates, Euan and Trent who were total opposites. Once again Ella found herself in danger after she received anoter life changing phone call.Hargreaves was more risky tan the Agency thought, loved seeing how Ella, Callan and his colleagues handle themselves in te face of danger. The opponents got what was coming to them. And the newly friends got their AN is the second book in Zoe Chant's OUTBACK SHIFTERS series. It was fast-paced, humorous and heartwarming. Zoe Chant did an wonderful job. Two thumbs up!****I received a copy from the author, without any obligation to review.****
I enjoyed the plot and the characters. There was enough suspense to hold the pages turning and the Heroine had sense, there were no “to stupid to live moments”. I enjoyed the visit with the characters of the first book, especially Ruby. The method the poor guys shifted was creepy and with the reach of the company they could end up dead. Glad the story had a satisfying ending.I would recommend this book to friends.
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This book was thought provoking and absolutely beautiful. The pictures Davidson draws for the reader are spectacular. She chose to chart a course across the Australian desert in the early 80's solo with her camels and dog. There was laughter, tears, and happiness for Davidson and the reader alike. I especially enjoyed her afterward written nearly 30 years later. She gives a glimpse into the lessons this harrowing, yet eye-opening, journey brought her. The story is beautifully written and more like a fiction than a memoir. It makes the reader dream of his or her own heavy trek across a desolate land.