Aspley Acres Caravan Park
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... as they had finished
their pancake masterpieces. There were just pools of chocolate syrup
and ice cream left. We talked about tattoos and Halloween and Daniel
mentioned tomorrow at 2.00 in the morning, the Wallabies (Australia)
were playing the All Blacks (New Zealand) in rugby for the world cup.
These rivals have never faced each other since the tournament was
started in 1987. So, I might end up at a pub late tonight yelling at
a screen. When ...
... was put to cleaning and feeding
Charlie's pen. He was more inquisitive today than normal, but it may
have been the giant construction gear roaring through his backyard. I
later gave him more mulch, which was much needed in his pen.
Next, we made Chicky's food and washed
dishes before morning tea. Once back, Emma and I helped clean
enclosures and re-branch the sulphur-crested cockatoos. I properly
met Anthony (wider beak), Caroline (crooked crest), ...
... the three of us started on a large one by the reptile and
amphibian building. It took the rest of the day. Oh, the excitement!
On the plus side, I pretty much got to hear two rounds of the koala
talk. I want to see the Bird of Prey Show and fully witness the
Wildlife Encounter and Tasmanian Devil and Platypus Feedings.
I had forgotten to put my lunch in my
bag, so I was forced to supplement my handful of trail mix that I had
... Greek yoghurt. I ate it on the deck with the sun
shining on my back. It was glorious.
I passed some time in the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre and then went into the city until meeting up with friends later. I ended up in the Parklands on South Bank.
Daniel came from a birthday party and
we stood and chatted for a long time in the island park area between
the Arbour and the Promenade. Since I am writing this a week later, I
cannot remember ...
... as she had beaten me at something. I would not stand for this, so I got into training….
Airlie Beach is a small town, and it is fully geared towards tourists. Saying that, I thought it was quite quiet, and by the time we arrived there (at about midnight) and had lugged our stuff around the marina to the centre of town, the place seemed to have fully shut down for the night. So much so, that we had to ring up the security guy to drive over from the other side of ...
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