Westend Central Apartment Hotel
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... animal is a
bat and she even had a tiny one as a pet named Batari. It must have
made her day later when we went to feed the flying foxes with Saori.
Yu and I talked about where we live, how hard another language is and
accents. She asked me about American and Australian words and how
they are different. I asked her about her home town (near Osaka). We
got on well and, in classic Elena fashion, I find sound effects to be
the universal ...
Back to reality!
Wow, it feels so strange to be back living in an area greater than 4 square meter. The house is so big!.
We both enjoyed the trip immensely and can't wait to go on another adventure down the track sometime in the future.
Thanks to our house-sitter Natalie looking after the house and Nancy taking care of the bills we had a relatively stress-free time.
The only sad news ...
... desk that needed to redo her lipstick. It did cost me $120 though. Ok so next step Brisbane. Get off the plane with no incident and going to meet my brother Simon who's coming to pick me up. Stood in chewing gum! But thats ok, now it's time to start relaxing, I painted my toenails too, thought i did a grand job for the vision ...
... of a different sex or
a different species. They will put kangaroo poo in with the dingos or
string watermelon on chains for the fruit-bats. Daisy's food is
hidden under coconut shells on the floor so she has a project.
Smiggins the dingo has even passed his basic obedience test. With Mai
and Bec, I could see the caring and passion for animals.
After wombat fun, we went to the Feed
Shed and got set up for making fruit salad for the fruit-bats ...
... in and drop our bags off, and had just got a cup of coffee and some lunch at Costa Coffee when Jeremy arrived. It was so good to see him again. We were able to spend a good three hours together before it was time to start the journey home. Jeremy was going to spend a couple more days in London on business and pleasure before he flies back to Zambia on Saturday.