It’s Souvenir Sunday – a day to take a look at the fun, inexpensive and locally-themed items you can find when you’re stuck at the airport.
This week’s pick comes to us from world-traveler Jon Douglas, who found a bin of vegemite for sale at Australia’s Sydney Airport.
According to the Urban Dictionary: It’s a “delicious Australian spread, made from used brewer’s yeast. Non-Australians tend to give descriptions of it similar to ‘tastes like a mixture of salt and battery acid’.”
On the road a lot? If you find yourself stuck at the airport, take some time to check ou the shops. If you find a great souvenir that’s fun, inexpensive and ‘of’ the city or region, please snap a photo and send it along.
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One thought on “Souvenir Sunday: vegemite from Sydney Airport”
I’ve tried this stuff and must agree with other non-aussies, it tastes nasty!
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