Oaks Lexicon Apartment
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... as last time, on the same floor (3) and nearly the same room (311 instead of 307). Unfortunately it rained on biblical levels all afternoon which meant I was stuck inside. However it cleared by night fall so I went out for some food and went for a long walk along the Southbank which always reminds me of London, if you ignore the man made lagoon in the middle... Friday 23rd began with a morning spent in Roma St Parklands, a gorgeous green area in the heart of the city, ...
It was an early morning filled with an
exploratory bike ride up through Jamboree Heights, Mount Ommaney, and
Jindalee. I made a smoothie and checked my dehydrating bananas (SO
excited for these puppies!!!!), then went to Lone Pine.
The Mary River Turtle Fundraising BBQ
and Movie was postponed due to potential rain, unfortunately. Next
week it will happen. I was put in Macropods with Jazmyn under the
charge of Sam. Jaz was feeling really badly, so after ...
... market description we had been given this was a bit of a disappointment. There were maybe 20 or so booths set up along the waterfront, selling clothing, jewelry, trinkets, art, etc. After a short walk through the market, stopping for a coffee and goodie along the way, we started walking on the bikeway along the river and through the Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Eventually, we crossed the river over to the South bank where ...
... and Phil, Bec did
not even allow for them to be in the burrow when she was loading it.
We then went up to feed Tanami and
Simpson, who fairly danced with joy. They had received their dinner
of lean raw beef and dog biscuits in corn husks yesterday as
enrichment. Little dingo tamales! They had to hunt them down and then
open them, to their delight. Bec went for another task and gave me to
Saori for feeding Daisy. Dylan ...
... some weird and wonderful fact or a story of how or why they ended up in Australia zoo. After walking through the crocodiles we came to a more open area with a model of what is thought to be the biggest crocodile ever - of course we had some photos and then someone from the zoo also took our photo near it. As one of the top 3 things on my bucket list is to hold a koala, we went off to find out what time we could go and do it and found it was pretty much all day, we decided on ...