One Thornbury Boutique Bed And Breakfast
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Alf - Do you know Colin Ottaway
Gerald Cockman - do you know Garry Ninness, Colin Ottaway?
Mick and Ingrid Bethel (now thats a good jw name!} Didnt know his uncle Don had moved to Hobart.
Ingrid - my sis and bro in law are in Vanuatu - Brian and Alisha Barker - were in Santo.
Mick - cousin of Graham Schultz (my bro Ian's bro in law)
JB _ the name Brian ...
... would love to give him a pet and hug.
Finally, the three of us went to feed
the bats. Saori gave us a great talk about the safety procedures
around handling the bats. Bats can carry Australian Bat Lyssa Virus
(ABLV), which is related to rabies and is zoonotic (can transfer
across animal species...to us). The captive bats may be clean, but
they can contract it from the feces of visiting infected wild bats.
Unfortunately, the ...
... which we have enjoyed. We love the area of Bulimba and its old Australian style. We had coffee there one morning and Michele did some great networking in a craft shop that sold wool, with the owner taking great interest in her knitting and her Facebook site - The Wicklow Knifty Knitter. There are many familiar street names such as Oxford Street and Bond Street but a very different urban setting.
A great trip to Sirromet ...
To the right is a small glass case with a perfect platypus skeleton.
Ever the zoologist, I spent several solid minutes looking at it. To
the left are two large tanks with glass walls. One houses the 16 year
old Barak (pronounced 'Bare-ack') and the other keeps 3-year-old
Aroona. Both are males from one of the only successful platypus
breeding facilities in Australia: the Healesville Sanctuary in
Melbourne. Today, we went to the behind-the-scenes area. Bec ...
... movies - good sleep - and arrived at KL 4.30am 15th August - nothing open - so I figured we could ask the Malaysia Air lounge if we could go in - and they were lovely and said yes - even though travelling economy to Phuket - I guess flashing the business class boarding pass from Sydney helped. So more food - a good coffee. Was a comfortable way to wait the few hours for our Phuket flight. Leave KL at 9am (2 hours behind home). Phuket is 3 hours behind. ...