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Yesterday, we visited one of the Australia's most popular iconic Wildlife Sanctuary. I was able to handle many animals such as, Kangeroo's, Dingos, a Carpet Python, an Echidna and a Barking Owl. We got to get up close and personal with most of these animals in one of the many presentations the Sanctuary has to offer. I highly recommend attending these presentations because they have so ...
... sea air. Deciding that only one thing could make this relaxed holiday feeling any better we headed to a bar, sat outside and savoured a chilled glass of Lowenbrau. Having spotted a couple of interesting restaurants during our drive in we walked up to one called Moo Moo and enquired about booking a table for dinner. Fuelled by the earlier beer we perched ourselves on a couple of their bar stools, checked out ...
... whilst starting drinking again around midday. It is brutal but the companionship pulls us through.
Our days were filled with sport and our nights with theme drinking. People go hard out for theme's which made a game of 'Who can collect the most ****'. I think i went home with two Mario hats and a feather boa. The highlights of my trip would have to be:
-Opening night: free booze, beach party, silent disco ...
Today at 6:45am we touched down at Brisbane International Airport. Once we finally arrived to the gate, went through Customs, collected our suitcases and went through the next check point. We were out to see our family and friends at 7:50am. Which was great only took an hour from touch down to getting out of customs. Which was pretty good for a Sunday I would say. The longest part of this was waiting for our 5 suitcases that we ...
... wrappers and other random items. Sitting on our beds we questioned whether our human rights had been breached, before quickly changing and venturing into the bustling city with hopes of stumbling across a civilised bar. Half way through a 'Schooner' (the Australian equivalent of a pint which is about half the size and double the price), we were accosted by two local Sheila's. Now, as much as we'd love to say they looked as if they'd just strolled off the cat walk, the reality is ...