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... song "Wombat Stew, wombat stew" when he sees the picture. (That was a very catchy tune actually but old age means I can only remember those 4 words now).Left the zoo with plenty of time left to kill. So what could we do? We could drive to Perth of course to get some lunch. Perth was not as far as expected nor as big. We looked out for the coastline but it must have been around the next corner. ...
... themselves from predators? The baby wombats were so cute and we all fell in love with them. We also learned that koalas have a lot less personality then a wombat and are not nearly as intelligent. They just sit all day and eat eucalyptus leaves. So we have now officially changed the front entry photo of our blog to be...the wombat! (bye bye koala).
A fun part of our visit was seeing the kangaroos. At the start of our visit we were all given bags ...
... school. The look on the boys faces when they saw me was wonderful, lots more cuddles and kisses, home for presents and visitors then finally Daddy got home from work.
It is great to be home, I have so many wonderful memories of everything I have seen and done, now to start saving for another ...
... wanted to do as it was a free day. We unanimously voted for brunch and a a very needed pampering of nails and massage. We headed off along the road stopping off at a local massage parlour to view the options, armed with a pamphlet we headed further down the road to a local restaurant for brunch where we all order omelettes and delicious fruit juices and coffee. While waiting for our meal we all poured ...
... longest span chair lift in the world ( 308mtrs).
We had a devonshire tea and Wayne wasn't being so attentive to the peacocks and one grabbed his finger so hard he dropped part of the scone which the very naughty peacock ate quick smart. There were notices but the peacocks obviously hadn't read them.
Back on the road now heading for Devonport. We stopped ...