Ibis Budget Dubbo
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... etc, it's much nicer set out, also we notice that business hours are much different with nothing being open on Sunday or Saturday afternoon or of a night, I like it this way and reckon it would provide a better community , it's the way I remember it being as a kid ... We walked up the street to a pub and got a meal and then back to our room , will go to Dubbo zoo tomorrow before we head south again for a little bit late afternoon. Cheers. ...
Saturday we went into Melbourne city centre to meet up with Mahala and McKenzie, two of the au pairs who Jessie has been meeting up with. Mahala is also English and lived in Preston before she left for Australia a couple of weeks ago. We spent the afternoon walking around the Botanical Gardens and then walked back along the Yarra River until we came to a lovely waterfront bar where we decided to sit and have a ...
... his lioness and three Cubs. I could have sat and watched this creature for hours . From here it was bearded sheep, addix, horses, zebras, emus, kangaroos and finally the Galapagos tortoises. We got to see them being fed on their favourite day - vegetable day. They were huge and slow and showed us some impressive neck stretching skills. We finished the day with a play in the park, a visit to the gift shop and then back to camp to relax for a couple ...
... don't move much during the day. It really helped that the general area where the koalas were was marked. We saw 3 koalas - they are not koala "bears". So cute!
We got out of Cairns just before the cyclone, but just heard that a category 5 cyclone will hit parts of Fiji. Yikes! Hope it misses the populated islands - and the one we will be staying at. Home is sounding pretty ...
... style names have been kept which I think is a shame: Brie, Cheddar etc. Any imported fresh food tends to come from the USA; how far away is that? One of the features we have noticed is that Australian wine stores tend to arrange wines by the dominant grape not by country of origin; it is rare to see wine from any other country. The fish stalls we're generally better than in Adelaide and here we bought a very pleasant tuna steak, which being Australia, was ...