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... jumping all over the place. She'd grab it and go swinging off. We watched them, then headed back into the rainforest walk through. Got blocked at one point by a Eclectus Parrot that had worked out there was a leak on a water pipe, so he had a drink in the way for a while. Again we were greeted by the black cockatoo and saw the Tawny Frogmouth. We sat for a while and watched a Cormorant dry off.
As we left and headed for the Hippos Ari noticed a Quokka hopping around ...
... do full justice of the place. I can just recommend to go look for yourselves, it is very well worth it.
But that is not all for the day. The son of the couple that started this place is a bit of an astronomer and has built a stargazing facility on top of a hill just outside the village. So after dark we go on another tour to one of these and using a 14” telescope we get some intersting views of Mars, Saturn, the Swan Nebula (of which we all agree that ...
... with it I must admit it is with maybe a little trepidation we head off in the morning. He he maybe there will be a lot less people on the plane and Amelia can run around a bit more! Next time we will be in KL, at a gorgeous B&B we have been before to before and eating local Roti that truly is the best we have ever ...
... the day is finally here!
As someone who has never been away without adult supervision for longer than 2 weeks and still lives at home, it's safe to say that I'm a little nervous....but that's all part of this experience! I look forward to jumping into this trip head first and welcome every challenge and experience that is coming my way!
Throughout this trip ...
... Cyclone Ita with 270km/hour winds at its core will hit Australia in about 5 hours just north of Cairns. In Cooktown, anyone with a house built prior to 1985 has been advised to evacuate to the purpose built shelter. As we are heading to Cairns on Tuesday so god knows what we will find when we get there. That is 2 cyclones we have had the dubious pleasure of being close to. Our weather in Australia has not been good. I know ...