Mercure Clear Mountain Lodge
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... small turtles, we gave the koalas a cuddle and fed the kangaroos, we took photos but stayed well back from the huge venomous snakes, we checked out the cheeky (& smelly) otters, met a few wombats, fed some cute little dingo pups and saw their parents and the star of the show (for me), fed some gorgeous, huge giraffe!!!
After finishing in the zoo (pretty much at the end of the day) we headed over to ...
... birds are very lightweight! Thanks, Lee, for such a treat!
Then there was that awkward moment when
the watching visitors asked to do the same. Lee tactful explained
that we were helping training and that Nora and I were volunteers on
our last day. She presented the alternatives during and after the
show for a bird encounter, then took Milo away. Nora and I, glowing
from the interaction, finished raking.
Nora and I had brought fresh ...
... came back with Elmo. The two barking owls, talking away,
flew above the audience and one lady got to receive a bird to hand.
Then Elmo ate a whole mouse. Yum.
At this point in the show, the little
nocturnal raptors go away and the “coup de gras” biggies come
out. Amiga the wedge-tailed eagle flew in from the other side of the
field. It was a windy day, so all the birds were having to deal with
strong gusts and a lot of lift. Amiga dodged ...
I waited for the bus, but it was 15
minutes late. I got on it, irritated, and rode to the Cultural
Centre. I had texted Mia and requested a ride. After much confusion,
we connected and arrived 10 minutes late. It was a Halloween themed
one! We missed “Ghost Busters,” but got “Thriller,” “Monster
Mash,” AC/DC's “Hells Bells,” Stevie Wonder's “Superstitious,”
... that she was actually
on Boundary Street in the Wet End, across the CBD and across the
river. Oh. On the up side, we saw a small possum walk the powerline
over a street. It was pretty fun to watch the little fuzzy mass and
balancing tail toddle its way over.
We chatted and walked to the Bavarian
Bier Haus on Eagle Street and stood on the balcony for a bit before
realizing the other party was one we could not meet up with. IT was
at this point we had ...