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The day started out with a 35 minute drive down to the Currunmbin Wildlife Sanctuary when I got there went for a coffee at a shop over looking the beach. After that I entered the sanctuary and after I got in to the sanctuary, I went to the presentation with the class. We got to pet an incarnadine and a owl, I was told ...
... the sound was deafening. Many boats take people out to look for whales throughout the day. Lifesavers are patrolling the beach at many spots, surfers and windsurfers depending on the weather and swimmers all enjoying the ocean. Council workers are constantly upgrading and maintaining the facilities at the foreshore parks, the cleanliness and safety of the parks and sand. A tractor with a large stainless steel cone sifts the ...
... just announced that my flight is ready to go. I got on to the plane (21 hours later), we have landed in Rio, Brazil’s airport I got my gear and found my chauffeur that I had arranged to get me to my hotel, I checked into my hotel I got everything ready for Rio. The smart trip advisor prepared me for my trip it warned me ...
... around the botanical gardens past government house and some ridiculously huge spiders before walking down Macquarie street past the cities colonial buildings including Australia's first hospital which backs on to the gardens and is opposite Martin place (main CBD). From there we went back to the Apple shop and collected a fixed phone for a fee of course and headed to Darling Harbour for dinner at Meat Company. I ate chicken whilst Anthony opted for another Kangaroo steak. We didn't ...
... building in Australia. They claim it’s the first, but you can’t count the spire really.
Waited in line the got the lift up, it was another super quick one climbing to the top in 30 seconds or so. It was a lot better laid out than the one in Melbourne was, the place was huge. There were loads of seats to just sit and watch, and even a proper dining area.
The views were amazing, you could see how long the coast was ...