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... day to start as it was the Melbourne Cup, which is the Aussie equivalent to the Grand National. That meant that on the afternoon we got to stop work and go watch the race, with nibbles and fizz available all afternoon. I'm not going to lie, it took a lot of willpower to stop after 2 glasses and return to work, especially since the others I was with didn't, but it was my first day and all... So far it feels like the role is going to be ...
... small group tour- there were 5 people in mine- with a zookeeper who takes you into the habitats of the Australian animals at the zoo. You get to feed and pet the animals while the keeper tells you all about them and answers your questions. It was an incredible experience! We started with the koalas. We met two females, Coral and Mallie, who reside on low tree branches and were surprisingly active and attentive, having just woken up from long naps. ...
... off back to Sydney and close guard. That then was Trial Bay Gaol but to cap off a brilliant day, we’d decided to lunch in Le Van, overlooking the bay and headland. Kathy, looking out the window said, “What’s that?” ‘That’ was one of three pods of whales trekking north, literally only 50m or so off the rocks, and on their way, tail slapping, flipper slapping, porpoising, and once - to our great satisfaction – a full-on breaching! Never, ...
... for each of us was plenty. We headed back to Sydney on the 333 and thankfully took it in the right direction! By the way, they drive on the left side of the road in Australia, too! We decided we wanted traditional fish and chips for dinner so went to a restaurant (pub) recommended by the hotel concierge called, The Glenmore. It was hot and tasty and not at all healthful! But we walked over 7 miles so we decided we earned ...
... interior has been lovingly restored to its former glory.
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