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... cafe along the beach, I was ready to sit down. I had a fish sandwich with coleslaw and chips. It was pretty good. The best was the all-you-could-refill cold tap water. After eating, I wandered out to the beach to nap and work on my sunburn. I brought crosswords and a book so I had plenty to do and didn't end up heading back to Brisbane until almost five. It was a great study break.
... some lunch but all the ones in the free-flight area were sound asleep in some crazy positions. The wombat went for a walk while we watched it and the dingoes had a play with their keepers and were obviously very tame. We had a look around the shop there and Heather was taken with a really big soft toy wombat so after umming and ahhing she bought it to take home.
Heather and I found our way back to the afternoon Tiger Show early enough ...
... at the Apple Store which was actually quite fun and the wifi was free! Having left the phone to get fixed we ate breakfast on the go as we passed Hyde Park and headed to the domain/botanical gardens where we walked around the back by the water so that we didn't get a glimpse of the opera house until it was in full view! We arrived at Mrs Macquaries chair which is the place to get the best view of the bridge and opera house in one shot. This is the real "I made it to ...
... one on display would have been for stealing food, it was a dog mask. There were torture instruments, such as one called the medieval breast ripper, pretty self explanatory.
Walked through a tunnel that had a walk way, then the walls were spinning around, once you eyes caught onto the spinning you would fall to one side! It was really weird.
When leaving this we were presented with a picture of the last supper, made out of toast, ...
... has been struck by such unnecessary violence - our thoughts go out to our friends in Sydney and those effected by such a senseless act.
Tomorrow we jump on a big jet plan and head back across the Tasman to Auckland and the North Island of New Zealand. As we look forward to our final week of adventures we also look forward to returning home to see friends and family for the holidays.
Peace and Love
Dave, Wendy and Ryan