Daily Quiz #391
Which band, which at the time comprised Jim Kerr, Charlie Burchill, Michael MacNeil, Mel Gaynor and John Giblin, had hit records with "Alive & Kicking", "Sanctify Yourself", "Ghostdancing" and "All the Things She Said"?
Which of these is an animal?
Which nation established the first settlement in what is now South Africa at Table Bay in 1652?
What was the name of the 156 foot yacht that Johnny Depp and his family lived on in Puerto Rico while filming "The Rum Diary" early in 2009?
With which country do you associate the didgeridoo?
What is the name of the golf club at St Andrews, Scotland, founded in 1754, whose motto is "Far and Sure"?
What palace / monastery covering 10 acres (4.05 hectares), in the shape of a grid iron as a monument to St Lawrence, was built 20 miles (32 kilometres) south of Madrid by Philip II?