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... morning. They were set to arrive at 10.00 and be here
for only a few hours. Sandy moved Major Mitchell and the little
corellas, who were the final ones to go. The birds were packed into
spare hospital rooms and even in little transport cages in the back.
Sandy was going to put Cocky in his safety box (“which he loves”)
and wrap it in a sheet to prevent the harmful fumes from getting in.
Birds have extremely sensitive respiratory systems, so this ...
I forced myself to sleep until about
10.30. I had woken up at the usual 6.00 and then 8.30, but reminded
myself that I had been up super late, so I should get more. I was
aiming to be at Olly's 14.00 rugby match.
I got up, showered, and prepared to go
for 11.30. Because I am cheap and like a good adventure, I elected to
walk the hour to South Bank. It was a really nice walk, actually! I
went up the hill to Red Hill and then ...
... facilities but in a room with two friendly chatty guys, and headed out swiftly in search of food - both of us were quite 'hangry' (angry as a result of being hungry). With lots of useful info from the information centre where be booked the hostel and the hostel itself, we headed to a food market in the centre of town that handily occurred on Wednesdays. Lots of different food stalls on offer so I started with a bacon and cheese bread roll, following it with a ...
... not. I inwardly grumbled and we chopped them again finer.
On top of eat fruit/veg pile we sprinkled insectivore powder, calcium
and some mineral powder. Tasty.
That took us to lunch. I watched a
water monitor fight with Daniel and we talked in Spanish about out
host families and life. It was great to chat with someone en espaņol.
We had 15 minutes left after we both ate and so he showed me the
freshwater crocodile enclosure, since I had not seen it. ...
... his balcony of the city skyline.
After settling in, we wandered down the street to grab a way overdue lunch, choosing a fish and chips place over Thai or a bakery. The fish, calamari and chips (fries) were pretty good, although we could have just been starving. After lunch, we explored a local 7-Eleven, pharmacy and liquor store. The prices of a lot of things are pretty competitive ...
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