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... who, one episode, got frog powers (I'm assuming here that, like David and I, you're around 30...or are our parents).
After such excitement, it was going to be hard for the rest of the day to compete. Except, it turns out, when you're driving completely adjacent to the ocean (I understand now why it's been dubbed The Great Ocean Road), not that hard. Whether you're driving next to the water, or looking ...
... warm and comfy outdoor spa where she could warm up then she would jump out, climb into the zorb ball and play for a while before getting back into the spa again to warm up. She never actually ventured into the real swimming pool in contrast to Judah who certainly doesnt take something as insignificant as ice on the top of the water to stop him from having fun. He assured me it wasn't cold! I was wearing my Europe snow jacket so I assured him that I knew that reality to ...
... in Australia for two weeks and not seeing one! The refuge was very small with kangaroos,
wallabies, different varieties of deer, a few horses and donkeys, and
emus. You could go into the pens to feed
two of the kangaroos, the wallabies and deer.
I was the only one in the park at the time – very few people seem to
visit it. Although I think the kangaroos
had eaten enough of the feed they give you, or were too sleepy to bother! I gave most of it ...
... Islands and stopped at a couple of lookouts. The rocks are made of limestone so they are eroding away and making huge columns and different shapes in the outcrops and cliffs. One was called the London Bridge and part of it collapsed in 1990 leaving a family stranded on the far side till a helicopter picked them up. Tom thought this was totally cool when we knew that no one was hurt.
We spent the night in a studio cabin for $125.00 a night ...
... the 12 apostles. The car park was heaving and there was bus loads of Asians all making their way towards the cliff edge where there is a wooden runway taking you along the edge giving views of the now 7 apostles which are just rocks which used to be mainland but parted after many years of erosion. It was all very pretty but not really sure how it pulls in such a crowd. The wind here was unreal and left our ears really sore meaning we saw the rocks,did the ...