A family who live in an isolated, isolated community have been given a chance to try out a new way of shopping.
The pair were living in a remote community on the NSW-Victoria border, near the border with New South Wales and Victoria.
The local residents say that they’ve never been able to go out and get groceries from supermarkets and it has never been an option.
Instead, they’ve taken to buying the groceries online.
As a result, the couple have found themselves buying groceries from all over the world, as well as local businesses and even from their own country.
“It’s been really amazing.
I haven’t felt that before,” one of the couple’s sons told ABC News.
In a recent interview with the ABC, one of their sons described how they felt in a new country where the economy is booming.
They have been able, for the first time, to experience their culture and get to know the locals.
But the journey has also brought them a lot of new challenges.
While they can shop from any supermarket in the world on their own, they can’t always afford the full range of groceries in the local market.
When they do go to buy groceries, the items they buy have a very low price tag.
What to buy at local supermarkets with the family’s unique shopping habitsThe couple said they have been fortunate to find some great gifts from the local shops.
Their son said he loves to buy things from local stores, and has even bought a few gifts from a local butcher to give to his wife.
His favourite is a large bottle of wine.
“We have a lot in our local wine store, so we’re looking forward to seeing how it turns out with this,” he said.
Another gift from the supermarket was a pair of earrings.
One was a diamond earring that they said they had found on a shelf at a local convenience store.
And the other was a bracelet with a beautiful design on the outside, but one that was very difficult to pick out from the rest of the item.
“I’m hoping it’s the perfect ring for her because we’re both very lucky to have that necklace,” one son said.
“There are a lot things that she likes and it’s very special to her, so it’s a great piece.”
The couple have been sharing the experiences with the rest and say they have learned a lot.
“It makes us laugh, it makes us sad, it brings tears to our eyes.
I’m really happy we have that experience and have found this,” one daughter said.
The family have also started to experiment with their shopping habits and have started to buy items online.
They have started using a service called Amazon Prime Now, where they can buy a wide range of products from local retailers for as little as $5.
Amazon Prime Now offers the same shopping experience as other Prime memberships and allows customers to track the delivery of their order.
With their new found freedom, the family are planning to shop together.
ABC News has contacted Amazon for a comment.
Topics:business-economics-and-finance,health,australiaFirst posted June 26, 2018 17:33:24Contact the ABC News Breakfast team