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Monday 9 February / Tuesday 10 February - Last day in Singapore and we decided to make it an easy day before getting the packing done. So just headed locally and made our way through a number of the markets that surround the hotel precinct. Nothing too exciting - back to the hotel mid afternoon to complete the packing task.
All done and ready to depart by 8pm. Our driver Shah was right on time again and he ...
... beautiful area that runs alongside the river, and reminds me of London's Southbank, not just because it has its own version of the London Eye haha. Something very un-London like is the man made lagoon here, which includes a beach area because Brisbane is not on the coast! In the past certain people have accused me of not being cultured, but on Saturday 17th I proved them wrong...by visiting the Queensland Modern Art gallery!! Hilarious but true, I wouldn't have ...
So you're back for more are you? The soppiness of the last post didn't drive you away? Excellent :) Well I successfully found Ellie in Auckland and we've managed to make it to Brisbane, Australia for part 2 of this travelling adventure. My 24 hour coach and ferry trip from Christchurch to Auckland was actually not as bad as I thought. A bit lonely but I am now used to these long trips it seems. I even managed quite a lot of sleep on the ...
... we'd leave the tent behind to dry up and go to some lookouts and perhaps do a walk. First stop was the Goomoolahra Falls lookout, where we enjoyed the view and took some pics. We then went on to the Canyon lookout, which offered another pretty, if somewhat overcast view. However, the rain had pretty much eased up by now and we figured we'd do the 4 km Twin Falls circuit walk that started there.
It was ...
... sleeping) lots of different types of Alligators (which have a round end nose and are found in America) and crocodiles (which have pointed noses and are here in Aussie - fun fact I learned) The two most exciting features were the kangaroo area which was a large enclosure that held about 50 4ft tall kangaroos and wallabies that were so tame you can hand feed them and pet them. Those kangaroos are so well fed by all the zoo visitors ...