Hotel UniLodge Melbourne on Flinders
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They had seen Aury helping the Daddy to put things into a suitcase earlier that day and so they quickly realised that was the suitcase they needed to get in if they wanted to go on the trip.
Later that night, when they house was quite and dark and the family all asleep, AJ and BJ said goodbye to all their toy firends, JM giving them each a big kiss and a cuddle, before they crept quielty across the floor of the bedroom.
They both stopped, scared, when they heard ...
... most interesting things to see was one Orang-utan that was sticking a piece of grass into a hole in a lid of a container so that it could get some of what was inside the container. An example of other animals that use tools in their lives.
From here it was back to the main ...
Today was by far my FAVORITE day in Melbourne. We boarded the bus at 10:30am to head to Philips island. It was a two hour ride but we stopped at bush tucker farms where we had lunch. It was a place that grew plants that were native to Australia. We got to see a variety of plants and smell them. It was great! The lunch was pretty good as well. Our next stop was the koala conservation center! It had board walks that walked through the forest of trees where we got to see a number ...
... is awesome and it is pretty cool to have a flat and work in a different country. Along with sorting everything out we have still enjoyed Melbourne and done some good things in the past month! Our first trip we planned was Phillip Island, we were both pretty excited as it was one of the things we definitely wanted to do here. For you guys that do not know Phillip Island is where you get to watch the penguins come ashore at night. However, we had a ...
... around. We caught the tram back to the city center where I was able to show Dave some of the arcade shops and sights he had missed during the race days. I even found the cool mall with the great dome ceiling. We took the time to take the quick tour of the "Shot Tower Museum" The tall brick structure is not a smoke stack as I had thought, but a shot tower, where they at one time made lead shot by dropping it from the top of the tower into ...