Seasons Botanic Gardens
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... was nice and the seats a little bigger. The food and wine was very good too, but one of the things they don't tell you is that the top of the aircraft appears to be much noisier than the bottom of the aircraft, even with noise cancelling headsets theres a huge difference. For my money I'd go economy near the front of the aircraft on the bottom story, it's much quieter. Emirates economy seemed nicer than qantas over-all.
Even so it was a long flight and ...
... small'. The grounds probably are smaller than St Paul's in London, but they use Faulkner Park behind in playtimes which makes it much bigger. The girls loved the play equipment at the back of school and decided this would definitely help them feel something is familiar on Monday. We'll try to get back there again. We had a little walk around the park which is quite bare coming out of winter but shows lots of potential.
It was a quiet ...
... looking for floor toys. Floor toys were toys that had been forgotten and not put away in their proper place. Any toy could end up as a floor toy if Aury or Emeline forgot to put them away.
The toys were always very sad when one of their friends became a floor toy. Not every floor toy was taken by the Dog but nearly every night one floor toy disappeared and was never seen again.
The toys all knew what happened to the poor unfortunate floor toys who were taken by the Dog. ...
... permanent job, have established a group of friends to do things with, and will happily be planning my next adventure in one of the many nearby countries I have yet to visit. Usually 6 months in is where you start to feel normal again. And by that time, it will be summer here and winter in Canada, which I won't be sad to miss considering the horrendous weather we had last year.
So for now, deep breath. This is all part of the ...
... of these multi-bus units (basically one bus pulling 3 covered trailers) that depart regularly after 10:30 with the last tour at 3:40pm. It was a very interesting and informative journey with the bus stopping at all the different animal groups for the driver/guide to explain their origin, endangered or not status, etc. The Safari tour follows specific ...