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... all the apple was gone though he was no longer interested. He didn’t want the meat or the lettuce that followed. I was chatting to Bella who was a little relieved that she didn’t have to feed the emu!
From there we headed off to the giraffe Hummer. The rest of the kids got to feed him. We did have a first though; Altina took a selfie with the selfie pole of her with Hummer. The zoo keeper commented on the unique request and said that was Hummer’s ...
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... on when my visa is approved. Because I can't apply for a study visa until 3 months before I have to go through the application process when I'm in Canada. Becasue of the trouble surrounding this I may be stuck in Canada for awhile waiting for my visa to be approved.
But eventually I will arrive in the UK and depending on how early I get there I could go travelling for a few weeks before heading up to Hull.
I just sent in my offical application to Hull ...
... in. Teachers smiled and looked content and the kids were all really well behaved. At lunchtime today Niklas and Addison both tried Vegemite sandwiches....guaranteed they are still Canadian kids - they didn't like it one bit! Sag and Samira have been planning a video of all the things that Canadians say differently than Australians and so they made their video this afternoon. It was 'ilharious' as Samira would say (and did say, on the attached video). Sag and ...
... the rain to the parliament house just to get some snaps. By chance as we approached a ceremony that was taking place and a marching band with troops circled the grounds and paraded outside. A new governor-general had just been sworn in, Peter Cosgrove. After it had finished, we were allowed into parliament and had a nose at the different chambers. By the time we had to leave as there was only 3h parking and we left car at gallery instead of driving (which we ...
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