The father took a beer bottle from a cold sip, occasionally reached for a cigarette and wrapped it in his hand. The mother fell in love with the glass of wine, lay reading, lazily yawning, occasionally looking at her children.
80% of Australians live on the coast, so more or less they “stick” to fishing. In the countryside, except for Canberra and the big commercial center like Sydney or Melbourne, children go fishing from the age of 5. It’s often like this in the countryside: father, mother, brother, sister … both The house goes together, each one needs. On the rock embankment or jetty, or on the beach, his father took a beer bottle from a cold sip, sometimes with his hand wrapped in a rolling cigarette.
The mother loved the glass of wine, lay reading, lazily yawning, occasionally looking at her children. As for the children, if they let go, shouting, when they got bored, they would stick their sticks or rely on the oysters, even take off their clothes to the right place where their parents would need to … swim. The whole family sat from morning to noon, when it was sunny, the children were hungry, the collector needed it, went to a nearby park for lunch. Grilled meat on a public electric oven or private kitchen brought from home.
In the night in Sydney, I also saw people throwing away at the port, using balloons. Once I and my friend took a bottle of wine to sit in a concrete pillar on the right of the Opera House, dropped it, sat from morning to afternoon, nothing could be burned and … dull.
Australians often go fishing. They wear raincoats, use short but strong types, stand on cliffs to throw three pepper, or wear high boots to the waist of water beams at the beaches, use the type of rod about 5 meters long, catch the fish by tide engrossed in hunting. Fishing bait has many types: the best are the brackish water, red, like the worms that fishermen and children indent in the river sand dunes to the sea. Then there are small fish, small shrimps, octopus small with two fingers (bread prey does not lose.) The second sentence people have two types of needs: small ones for small children to use as bait, large type used Keep fresh bait caught by children