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We got settled and I found myself
extremely comfortable in the second storey of my bunk bed. We
discussed sleeping habits and how Jazmyn would kill anyone who woke
her up. That weekend, no one did anything bad, so it all worked out!
Nora and I joked about the squeaking beds and got quite a swinging
rhythm down at one point, rocking our bunk beds toward each other. We
poked at Daniel for being the only guy ...
... classmate for lunch at school and found the school library.
Tuesday, Sept . 8: Completed my maritime assignment. Worked on my sunburn with Belgian friend at her pool.
Wednesday, Sept. 9: Focused on my presentation for Criminal law.
Thursday, Sept. 10: Didn't fail my presentation! Went with some friends to the Brisbane Festival to celebrate. We then grabbed drinks along the river. It was ...
... She was just like a stuffed animal and she didn't mind
at all. Yes! It was a special moment because anyone can pet a
kangaroo or wallaby, but not a possum. I was honoured.
We hid her food on the floor and then
fed the dingos. Mai went in and, handing me a bowl of raw meat mixed
with dry dog food, told me to just put it in front of Simpson. I did
and then got a pat. Again, they were so soft. The animals are in
super condition here. Smiggins got his bowl in ...
... straight to Brisbane airport 2 hours prior to check in for my flight. I have plenty of time to get something to eat while waiting for the plane. I've changed all my money over to Fijian dollars so for every Australian dollar its $1.59 Fijian. The flight took just over 4 hours as we had a strong head wind.
... every animal regardless of their size had so much space, vegitation and food. At one point when visiting the "pets corner" there was actually a member of staff standing with a dustpan and brush cleanng up the poops from the animals!
It is a massive place Australia Zoo and you definatley have to keep looking at the map so you dont miss out on anything. When you first walk in you are surrounded by the legacy of Steve ...