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... croc eggs by regulating the temperature in their incubators and how at 83 days he could select an egg, slightly agitate it and a baby croc would burst through the shell for all the guests. Something he claimed was a pretty great party trick and I feel like I have to agree. Following a short introduction video that was quite intriguing we headed out to the farm able to focus on the moment as we had successfully booked our second reptile experience for ...
... I had a teeny bowl of pumpkin soup which I ate whilst waiting in line with my plate at the ready to stock up with veg and a hearty portion of pork, beef and gravy. We both struggled to get thru it, but we did see it through with pot bellies giving our greediness away. Sasha had got us drinks whilst they ordered their meals from the menu and had to wait for theirs as we tucked in and devoured ours.
Once we we had all cleaned our plates, we took our drinks ...
... lucky as the ortho surgeon had just come out of theatre
and put my hip back with none of the problems I had last time. But this time I have
a full leg splint on 24/7 to keep my leg straight so as not to do it again Its
been a pain I can tell you. Not allowed to swim, on crutches and even have to
sleep in the heat with it on. Anyway I have an appt with the surgeon in NZ who
did it, on Feb 2nd and we will see what happenings then ...
... big steamboat in the middle of the table. We got quite excited by the greens and vegetables. More wandering and the race was on to retrace our steps to find the only Birkenstocks stockist in the complex. No easy feat but we managed. We had arranged a late checkout so we could maybe have a nap and leisurely departure, that didn't go to plan. Back to the hotel for a quick splash and then on the train. We collected ...
... why, the heat was so intense if I’d gone through slowly there was a chance of my tyres melting! This meant I had to plow through the smoke like some kind of daredevil going through a ring of fire at a carnival.
Back to tree-lined roads and fast forward a few hours and we entered the tropics crossing the line into the Tropic of Capricorn as we entered Rockhampton. We had read and been told that there was nothing between Rockhampton and Mackay which was about ...