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The trip was amazing..eventhough me n my family had our rendang in the packet ones.. but i was great trip.. plus we were all excited when we met with my cousin, who was studying there at that time.. and on the 2nd night...my mum decided that we have a big dinner.. we went for shopping at the grocery next door and guess what we're having that time …
What a day! I am finally on the way to my long awaited adventure. After an extremely hectic time, which finally ended with the sale of our bakery business . My wife Elisabeth was quite understandably emotional, when it came to the final good bye. Six month, that is a long time, to stay behind, I am very grateful to her, that despite ...
... the Red Kangaroo park, the rainforest aviary (tropical birds) and the Wombat dens into the Australian Snakes hut! Jeez there were all sorts of venomous snakes in there including one of the most poisonous snakes in the world the aptly named 'Fierce Snake'. By this point we were coming up to midday so we made our way back to the Crocoseum for the first show, the 'Wildlife Warriors Show'! The zoo keepers walked around the audience with huge snakes, a ...
... very comfortable, and shallow for quite a ways. It felt great to jump waves again, even though we were competing with surfers.
After our water-based recreation activities, we showered and headed back into the casual coastal town of Byron Beach (think Fenwick Island, only even smaller) and had fish and chips, and beer. And then took a scenic ride home. This area of Australia is truly lovely!
... Mt Coot-tha lookout is a must visit with the splendid
views over Brisbane and below the Brisbane Botanic Gardens to explore. You need
to be fit, though there are no cars on weekends and it a fair distance and
steep climb to see some of the best parts, the Australian collection and the
war memorial known as the Freedom wall. A tranquil place and I hope it will
remain so even when they complete the motorway that appears to be under
construction right on its perimeter.