walkabout


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a walking trip or tour

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a public stroll by a celebrity to meet people informally

nomadic excursions into the bush made by an Aborigine

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Many Scousers have experienced a Mad Monday at Walkabout - a special drinks promotion event where a bell is rung to signify "buy one get one free" for a limited time at the bar.
Brands like Walkabout don't stay alive for more than 20 years without making a compelling offer to their clientele.
The new-look Walkabout will relaunch with a VIP party on May 25.
The new Walkabout is also going to create 10 permanent new jobs.
Solihull and Lichfield are both great towns and we're looking forward to introducing customers to our new-style Walkabout.
Coun Hemmer was accompanied on her regular estate walkabout by newly-elected UKIP member Coun Norman Dennis, who won the Westoe ward in South Shields for the party earlier this month.
Walkabout Creek is the bush in Brisbane s backyard and we re planning to make it even better for mum, dad and the kids to enjoy, Mr Newman said.
To claim your free glass of wine, simply fill in the voucher below and take it to one of the participating Walkabout bars across the country.
Don't forget, you can also pre-book space in your nearest Walkabout to watch the game, so you're guaranteed a firstclass view .
Walkabout asked to be able to open until FEARS: Paul 3.
Hundreds of participants have flocked to utilise the indoor space of the dome since the opening of the Aspire Walkabout.
RESIDENTS of two estates in Coventry can highlight any concerns about everything from anti-social behaviour to fly-tipping with a walkabout next week.
Mahvash and Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation in collaboration with US Based Walkabout Foundation and assisted by Special Talent Exchange Program (STEP), UNHCR and other NGO's across the country distributed 300 specially customized wheelchairs to the flood affectees as part of its initial phase at a local hotel in Islamabad.
CHILDREN joined police officers on an estate walkabout to learn more about their neighbourhood.
Some visitors were walkabout "regulars," including Diane Greggerson of Putnam, Conn.