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... out-danced several people about 6 years younger than me and feel most
comfortable walking or standing. Reclining is just not in my profile,
sorry. I will do it if I have been go, go, go for the entire day, but
I came in to Lone Pine right at 8.20
and found there were four vollies. David, Yukiko the Japanese
student, Yiska, and Yu. I was allowed to choose my placement and
immediately went for Mammals, especially since I was not ...
also productive. I put my post-Lone Pine plans into gear and got
Fraser Island and my Townsville flight locked in. It felt good! Then
I did some journal work and had a relaxed lunch of a market mango,
fruit pulp and salad on the outdoor seating/BBQ area by the pool. It
was lovely, but I felt the need to get out.
So, I biked out at 16.00 to the City. I
realized upon arriving that I had forgotten my bike lock. Beauty. I
had 10 minutes ...
Parents have been left at the gate, and the boys look magnificent in their tour polos and are very excited for the trip ahead.
We were very fortunate at the gate to have a lady come and chat to us. She was from the first Australian woman's volleyball team that traveled to China 40 Years ago. She wished us well and was so happy to see that a school volleyball team was making such a epic journey and were a very polite group of gentlemen as well.
Next stop ...
... over my farm experience. She had worked at the Australia
Zoo and Healesville for a bit and highly encouraged me going. It was
already on my list, Steph! I told her how much I wanted to work with
wombats, which is something Healesville is capable of.
We came back to Main and Steph asked if
I wanted to hold a snake. I heartily agreed and she set me up with
Andrew for a python snuggle. One tourist got a photo, then Andrew
draped the ...
... sociable it was being in hostels and we ended up chatting until late.
The next day was Friday - decision day. Hanna managed to find a ride share down towards Melbourne leaving on Sunday and I changed my plans completely. New Zealand is still in winter and with still a month and a half left on my Australian visa I decided to complete my trip with the west coast. I found a ride share heading from Darwin to Perth leaving Monday so booked a flight for the ...