Alexandra Serviced Apartments
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... the first step: removing
all the reptiles and amphibians and then removing all housing
Nora and I were set up with weeding,
snipping, and cleaning up the area outside of Chicky's run. We did
that until lunch, all the while talking. After lunch, based on the
time, Sandy decided to not have us continue landscaping. I went to
feed Stitch and Nora fed out the other birds. My energy was a bit
better, but still ...
... special young friends in Sydney, Baron and Sarah. We are going to Sydney to visit this new arrival, from Monday 2nd November till Monday 9th November. Sarah is a best friend of our daughter Natalie, and Nats will be joining us for the weekend of the 6th November. On our way to Sydney we stopped and camped at the Scottish town of MaClean, free park at Wollomombi Falls in the Cunnawarra NP,(just outside of Armidale), two nights at the Kootingal Caravan Park at ...
... and yellow-striped table and were given our
complimentary cocktails in small mason jars. It was some sort of
jazzed-up tequila sunrise, with a dash of mango and topped with a
Daniel showed up 30 minutes later,
looking tired but happy. Finally, after much waiting and much
conversation (and much bracing against the cold), the pizza arrived.
It was a long flatbread with three of the restaurant's flavours on
top. On side was ...
... I stood and gazed up at them, as they wiggled
their heads around and swung their leathery wings and fuzzy bodies
across the net ceiling like odd crosses between Tarzan and gargoyles.
Olly was coming out as I was, so we did
a lap of the market. The same vendors were there. I made for the
banana and avocado man, who had the custard apples and chocolate
pudding fruit last week. We three got to talking about how the
weather was changing in our home ...
... onto the island’s animal sanctuary. Our tickets to get in were about £13 each, but because Sophie and I wanted to hold a koala….we had to pay an extra £7 each. I bet the koalas don’t see a penny of the cash they generate for the place.
We had a pretty amazing couple of hours inside, getting to meet the residents up close and personal. First, we met one of the cockatoos by allowing it to perch on our arms and eat a seed from our mouth, like it ...