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... her along whenever she got tired and let us.
Still, we made it to the end, where we got to see the southernmost stand of mangroves in the world whilst having a biscuit, and generally the walk was quite nice, offering varied scenery and plant life. Even spotted a wallaby bouncing away from the track.
Upon our return to the car park we made some lunch and ate it at the conveniently placed picnic table there before setting off for Melbourne. It rained a bit as we ...
... time markets which were amazing, there were rows and rows of food and market stalls so we had some pulled pork and lamb ribs for dinner and weaved in and out of the market crowds. After the market we made our way back to the station viewing all the Christmas lights and decorations. It's been another full day of walking and exploring but we've loved the city and ready for the great ocean road ...
Well we have been up since 0451hrs this morning, I currently have no idea what time it is because we are between time zones but it is only about 2 hours til we land home. Yay! Mr. Walter we will be with you soon! To conclude, I thought id write a couple of impression about Japan as a whole. The People It doesn't take long for anyone to realise just how hospitable and lovely Japanese people really are. Every shop assistant, floor cleaner, rich business man, waiter etc all display ...
... a pony. You can see how teensy cute my glass was in comparison to Mattijs’ pint in the photo gallery.
Once we were beered up, Fitzroy shopping beckoned. The combination of beer, an early morning and first day spontaneity led to making one of the craziest and regrettable purchases of my life. On Brunswick Street, there is a beautifully quirky little shop called Scally and Trombone which is a millinery and jeweller’s shop. As a backpacker, I would have had gone ...
... say it...cute! HA! (Side note: We were reminded that though we often refer to koalas as "koala bears", they really are not bears! Who knew?!) We were on a short timeline so we had to leave. But you can view the pictures to get an idea of the indigenous animals. Now it was time for us to head to the chocolatier! At the chocolatier we had free chocolate samples of all kinds and ice cream for dessert! Remember...the diet had long since been blown! More ...