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... still still this long on my butt.
Regarding social media. Imagine, Patte (a dear close male friend from Berlin) told me yesterday via WA that Henrik (a common study buddy of us) meanwhile lives in Sydney as well. So I have contacted him today. Result is that we will have a joint Easter Brunch in Sydney on Sunday. Monday, I will be hiking in the Blue Mountains and on Tuesday and Wednesday I will meet other friends in Sydney. You will read about it...just HERE!
... upstairs. Then we saw a door and opened it and there was out car right in front of us. We laughed at how stupid we had all been not being able to find the room. We had a quick refresh, put some washing in the machine and went back in to the town. Lorne is probably the most upmarket resort on the Ocean road and it was beautiful even though it was a bit cloudy. Alex decided to stay the night with us all so we had burgers from Bottle of milk which was also a Lorne highlight according ...
Tuesday 2nd - Wednesday 3rd December 2014
The last few days in Brisbane weren't as eventful as the last, however they were just as important as it allowed us to catch up with the more tedious side of traveling like laundry and planning the rest of our route down to Sydney. Once this was done we spent the rest of the time walking round the city centre or hopping on and off the free loop bus admiring the views of ...
... room. When we got down there I played the skill tester and won a teddy for Lucas. The first thing we did when we got to Seaworld was go to the dolphin show. It was so cool because they were surfing on the dolphins and the dolphins were doing flips. The first ride I went on was a jet rescue. On the jet rescue you have to save ...
... br> they procreate. Females can have 50-300
babies at once. When the babies are born,
it becomes survival of the fittest. They
resolve to cannibalism and only about 20-30 babies survive their first few
We finished the day off in what I would consider, downtown
Mt. Tambourine for a bit of wine tasting.
We didn’t get to see the vineyard itself because they are spread out and