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... to go for a swim since it was
so toasty and I was a sweat ball. Soon, I realized I had better get
going! We were going to meet at Olly's flat at 18.00, where we would
have snacks and get ready. My bus was 15 minutes late, which was more
than a little annoying.
Eventually, I got to Olly's. Jazmyn had
shut herself in the bathroom and was making her self a skeleton.
Babsi and Cilene soon arrived. I prepared some of the veggies and
hummus I brought ...
... gathered to watch, some grimacing at the
snipped chick body, others fascinated and smiling. We were finished
by 14.45 and I went to do a quick koala nap photo shoot. The paving
crew was still clanking away, creating quite a noise. Several times,
walking by their work spaces, I coughed and hacked at the fumes. They
are nasty! I could not fathom doing that as a profession. I also feel
for the sensitive animals who can smell and hear much, much better
... but people of
all ages and genders inquired as to their location. Hmmmmm.
At the end of the day, I walked around
and took some photos and videos. A huge university class passed from
Australia with their professor guide. I desperately wanted to chime
in and talk with them, but that would be incredibly out of my rank.
Bella and Boris the common wombats were napping in their own logs,
but right next to each other. It made a great picture!
... sweetly apparent when I was left with the girls. I had
nothing else to do, so I helped them and the birthday girl's mum
clean up and take the stuff to her car.
I connected with one tall, stunning
girl with Serbian roots. She had lived in Oz since she was 6 and was
an intensive tennis player. She loved talking to me and saved me a
seat by her when we stopped at the Max Brenner Chocolate Bar for
their dinner. We talked about the differences ...
... Australia. We didn’t have anything planned for the next day, so made the most of not having to pack up and check out and had a decent lie-in until about 11am. We then wandered around the town to check out the shops (mainly souvenir ones with the same **** as the other million souvenir shops in Queensland), bought some lunch from the supermarket (our now standard choice of cheese and bacon rolls) and sunbathed on the beach for a couple of hours. We made a bit of an effort with ...