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“Skål !” – We charter a flygi (Matt’s word for flyvemaskine, airplane)

...and take off on a research trip
on the opposite side of the world



A u s t r a l i a   2 0 0 9
March

...to pick up the latest Antipodean tips and
tricks from our cousins down under



This one is Maddy.


She is teaching me how to use my legs to swing.


This is Olivia’s home. She didn’t know they had a redback spider until our research team uncovered one


Sophia and I... (don’t tell anyone: we are holding the First Adelaide Pirate Summit, planning a mutiny)


This is our secret body language sign for...
well, I can’t tell you, right? It is a secret!



Only members of our research team
know the language



This... is how we “say” our secret slogan


My colleague Mattias has a vocal slogan of his own. It goes: “Og mig...” (“And me...”)


We share magic moments of
togetherness



...and our findings here in The Antipodes
are simply extraordinary



What do you think such a superb specimen
would go for on the market? .




In our coffee breaks, we focus on the findings in front of us on the table. Native stuff! Mmmmm!


And then we head off for the
next point of digging.



Mattis blog
My brother's blog
First page
Chapter 12


Eva's blog
My sister's blog


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