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work. I knew Sandy would be livid. Especially since they would be
interrupted by this massive storm.
I spoke to Rebecca, who told me
she would be happy to be a reference for anything I do in the future.
AWESOME! I spoke to her and head koala keeper Karen about Torwunna and they
were a bit helpful. It seems it is really out in the boonies. I'm not
sure how I would do with that. The closest town is really ...
... bus stops.
Jazmyn just missed her bus, so we waited and chatted a bit before I
realized I needed to get a move on.
The rest of my afternoon was easy. I biked home quickly and then ended up relaxing at my homestay's and making a lovely
green onion omelet.
I had a desire to read, so I went
through a few more chapters of my book, then put it away when my eyes
ceased to stay open. It was a delicious sleep.
... is quick these days as there are no more custom checks to hold things up. As it was already around 11.00 a.m. when we arrived, we headed straight down the main North-South highway spanning the length of Denmark. Only later in the afternoon we decided to take to minor roads through the Danish villages leading us to the German border. As Denmark looks very much like Holland (i.e) flat, green, rainy and lots of black and white cows, we ...
... kids were out, but
otherwise it was just the light traffic passing me by.
I ran to the main highway and then
turned around, cutting into a park. That is one thing I miss about
Canada, the omnipresent trails. Paved or gravel, they connect
everything! In Australia, at least around Brisbane, there are very
few trails and no bush trails (maybe for the best since snake season
is almost upon us). I have ended up running on sidewalks ...
... Mike and I finally settled on the classes we'll be taking: Comparative Criminal Law, Mediation, and Comparative Constitutional Law. We wandered around campus for a bit, grabbed our UQ student ID cards, and purchased a bus pass. The campus is really nice and fairly large. Saw some wild turkeys on campus (which are endangered so not edible). Then we grabbed Guzman y Gomez, basically an Australian version ...