The Spencer Backpackers
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... the kitchen and had lunch then walked to the supermarket down the road and bought stuff for tea and a few snacks for the rest of the day. We got back and booked flights for our next trip, so we're off to Cairns on Tuesday wooo!! I made sausage and sweet potato and carrot mash for us all for tea and we've had a night in playing the wii and I've caught up on TOWIE :) Early start tomorrow as we're going on a day trip to Yarra Valley for wine tasting- ...
... Kay was leading a autumn nature walk which we joined. Very lovely gardens with a lake in the middle. There are unknowns around every corner. I signed up for Meetup.com a day or so ago and tonight I joined a group to do a fitness session. It was close by and 30 of us were put through an hour of circuit training. My hamstrings are barking now ...
... home and two parcels. I took them out to have a look and right at the bottoms folded up was my favourite jumper from home. I've been complaining about how it's getting cold here so my mum sent it over. It was so nice to get something from home that I've not seen for over half a year. The best bit of all was that it smelt of home, that's what made me emotional. Smelling the smell of home after months of been away is the best. I wore it for a few days after and when I went in ...
... plan was sort of vaguely to walk along the beach for a while and then head back up towards downtown for a little bit, maybe hang out at the library, and then head out to my host for the evening's place. Couchsurfing for the second time! The plan mostly even happened too.
I did walk along the beach, a lot further than I originally intended. I actually ended up walking all the way from St. Kilda Pier to the cruise terminal where the ...
... leaves contain about thirteen tannins that are hard to digest (which is why they prefer the young shoots) and they don’t provide very much energy, which causes them to need a significant amount of sleep. There are more than 650 species of eucalypt, but koalas are very selective and only like to eat about twenty of them. Also, koalas are marsupials – not bears. Theodore Roosevelt’s wife based the “teddy bear” off the koala, and the name stuck. Steve ...