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... to chew on for a while before going back to sleep. Despite their inactivity they are still very cool to watch, I was particularly amused by their fluffy ears.
Next we made our way to the kangaroos and wallabies. We had more fun hand feeding them and when the food ran out my hat took a bit of a chewing! We then visited some huge crocs which looked far bigger than I expected. We had a great time at the habitat and we'd definitley recommend it to anyone else in the area. For dinner we ...
... threw herself into the still waters of what is now known as Babinda Boulders, calling for Dyga to follow her. As Dyga hit the waters, her anguished cries for her lost lover turned the still waters into a rushing torrent and the land shook with sorrow. Huge boulders were scattered around the creek and the crying Oolana disappeared among them.Aboriginal legend says her spirit still guards the boulders and that her calls for her lost lover can still be ...
... buffalo on the other hand looked basically exactly like beef and was cooked to about how medium looks. There was more of a flavor difference in the buffalo than the other meats. About halfway through each bite, it had a hint of sweetness that came to life, and although there was BBQ sauce on this particular burger, I’m pretty sure the sweetness was coming from the meat not the sauce. Everything considered I think you’d be hard pressed to ...
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After half an hour of snorkeling and enjoying the amazing coral and sea life, Ness went back to the boat for a break. As I helped her out and turned back into the water, I spotted a long dark fish swimming towards me. Its shape was unmistakeable. I raised my head above the water, pulled the snorkel out of my mouth and shouted towards the boat "SHARK, SHARK!" I shouted it ...
... the Currumbin Sanctuary that we visited earlier in the trip but the main difference is that you were in habitats with the animals as compared to a zoo where you're separated from the animal. So, for example, in the food/snack area, there were parrots and birds just flying around amongst you which you ate. And then you went to the grassland habitat and you got to walk around with the Kangaroos and the Emus and things like that. It was fun! After the zoo, ...