Adelaide Royal Coach
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... more food, but still. Funi, the other panda (male, I think) was sat in the shade in his cage, so didn't really get to see him. They were trying to breed them, but Funi just wanted to play.
From there, barely, Ari caught sight of the Red Pandas. After we got away from them we went and had lunch as we were starving, we walked passed some pelicans on the way, one was perched on a rock, it's not quite the same when you've stood by a wild one. When we finished eating we went to ...
... in the world, rather than choosing to escape into the thousand or so kilometres of empty space to the east, they elected to escape us by bounding away south, parallel to the highway in the direction that we were heading. This would have been fine except for the fact that we were travelling at almost exactly the same speed as them and followed them on their right for six or seven hundred metres. At one point the smaller roo decided that a change of direction was called for, ...
... they all did. Selfishly I was already planning on grabbing it. There was a lot of chat before hand about having a lumpy ride but that didn't faze either of us, we couldn't wait. On take off the air was really good so the ride was smooth. We flew at 1200 to 1800 feet which was very low. We could see cricketers making runs while the ball rolled towards the boundary. We flew out to the coast and down/up towards Kangaroo ...
... us once he had returned from his flight. We went out for an Italian together just round the corner and uncle Bill kindly insisted on paying to celebrate Jane's birthday. We popped back to uncle Bill's for another drink before driving east, passing through the Adelaide CBD for and hour to get to Paul and Janet's, our lovely hosts for the long weekend. Conversation flowed easily until 3am and was particularly engaging with Paul's challenging philosophical questions (examples escape me right ...
... the obligatory lap, down one side of the street and back the other, checking out several shops on the way. By this time it was getting on so we headed back into Adelaide and our caravan. Monday: today we are expecting strong winds up to 100kph, so we will have to batten down and sit it out. Just as well we do not have to leave today. We rolled up the awning and packed away the chairs and mat, so at least we will be ready for tomorrow when leave here. We treated ...