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... to be back in a modern city with a really relaxed vibe and decent nightlife. The food was also brilliant! Street food dominates, with good reason. It's cheap and delicious! After staying a little longer than planned due to meeting some great friends, I headed up to the very Scottish-sounding Cameron Highlands for a couple of days. While some of the treks on offer were okay, I was happy I didn't stay longer. And that brings me to where I am now, in Penang. It's the ...
... is actually slang for food that is made from native Australian vegetation/fauna. We had a short walk around the farm and were introduced to local plants and we smelled some, ate others, and stared at the rest. Surprise though, there's a spinach I LOVE. Shocker!
After we saw the plants, we went inside a restaurant on the farm where they make food from the plants! (And trout, and other things).
Then we continued on to a koala reserve! YES KOALAS. They were all wild so we ...
... s occuring. He's only gone and let me paint the inside of his van. As you're probably aware, I'm bloody PSYCHED! So alongside, rummaging for clothes, making bracelets, curries and getting extremely, toffin happy on goony goods, I'm also an artist. I can't show you lot yet, the painting's nowhere near finished. It's mental. Possibly the strangest painting I've ever created. There's a story that unravels throughout the tapestry... Which I'll explain in my next blog.
... about Anne Frank. As I had not studied the war in detail it was really interesting too find out more and about how her diary has now become a life of its on. Feeling a little more knowledgable I headed back to the flat and soaked up the sun in the park again. As today was my last night is Australia we decided to go out for some drinks as one of Bridget's friends from Australia was also heading off on Friday too. The destination was The Cock and Bull and Irish pub ...
... due to too much wine lol.
We landed in Melbourne around 8pm and I loved walking out into the hot humid air. We eventually got a shuttle to our hostel (free of charge, wonderful country this is) and both landed ourselves top bunks (yay!) with girls who seemed to be permanent bottom bunk residents. Like the got up to work in the morning and had many pairs of shoes lined up (I would hate my life if I lived in a hostel but to ...
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