Thursday, 1 October 2015

Through the Keyhole of a Storage Shed

Anyone looking for a gift shop, or another form of commercial supplier of merchandise in this vicinity, will usually be advised to look through the keyhole of a storage shed.  There are many hidden treasures in and around Villa Twaklinilkawt.


Your experiences here may inspire you to seek out a suitably tasteful range of memorabilia.  You may therefore desire to purchase a few commemorative ornaments, sentimental souvenirs, twinkling trinkets, embossed baubles, some shimmering haberdashery, surprising sandwich recipes and slightly durable home furnishings.

It is always wise to have something to remind yourself of the most wonderful experiences in your life.  A quality experience should usually be matched by quality products, if at all possible.

In view of the above, please be advised that the most successful students at the International Training Centre for the Harmonious Interplay of Beauty, Understanding and Magnificence, whether in Adelaide or Nilkawt, are occasionally eligible to purchase an exclusive, unique and understandably expensive range of handcrafted items.

There is also the possibility that the very best students will be offered the chance to purchase at least a few gloriously unique artworks and/or limited-edition publications, at very special prices.

Most of the items in question are locked in a storage shed at present.  The shed is unlikely to be opened until the Villa Twaklinilkawt staff and volunteers, and the current fundraising activities of the training centre management team, reach a satisfactory conclusion.


The tour continues this way