Alice Springs to Alice Springs in new Werewolf of Oz

Hi, it’s Greenygrey. Thanks to Baron Wolfman for a great Greenygrey glossary of greenygrey gifs from magnificent Mont-Saint-Michel, and a nice use of his initiative. We’re sure you’ve been on the edge of your seats all week waiting for the next exciting episode of the comedy-fantasy travel quest classic epic Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps epic classic quest de travel fantasy-comedy, now available at Amazon and some other leading book sellers. So without further ado, with a just added Zemanta image extra special Roo, here it is for you to view:

Alice Springs city
Alice Springs city (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


‘Come along off the path,’ advised Alice, ‘you all look plum pole-axed piqued out. The ghangiant could be along soon, and you don’t want to be around when it turns up.’

I didn’t like the sound of the ghangiant, and thought we’d had enough drama for one day. I checked the hat, and it was glowing, so we followed Alice:

Alice Springs
Alice Springs (Photo credit: slowe6847)

Spring, spring, spring
we span,
springing sprightly we sprang.

Alice Springs Invites us to Sing

We reached a spring, and Alice took a drink. She invited us to quench our thirst too, ‘Come drink at this spring, it’ll make you sing.’ I checked the hat, and it was glowing, so I told the others it should be okay.

Werewolves of London
Werewolves of London (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The water sure did taste sweet, and the next thing we knew, Bonzo was singing Have a Drink on Me. Elle then started singing Waltzing Matilda , (the Andre Roo and Mirusia version) before Warren Zevon‘s Werewolves of London must have cornered my cerebral cortex (nailed my noggin), because a rousing rendition suddenly burst out of my mouth. Alice finished off our medley with The Jam’s A Town Called Malice.

‘Why, Alice, I haven’t heard such sweet singing since Sade stopped by the Springs,’ a voice said from behind us. I looked around to see a macropod approaching.

Waltzing Matilda (album)
Waltzing Matilda (album) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

‘Hello Wally Mac,’ exclaimed Alice, ‘what brings a wallaroo like roo to these parts.’



cerebral cortex – outer layer of the brain; vital for thought processing.
noggin – slang for head.
Ghan – a passenger train operating on the Adelaide-Darwin railway.
wallaroo – any of three closely related species between kangaroos and wallabies.
Have a Drink on Me (AC/DC song).
Waltzing Matilda (Australian bush ballad).
Werewolves of London (Warren Zevon song).
A Town Called Malice (The Jam song).
Sade (soul singer).


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