Ambassador Motor Inn
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... I was asked by Mel to do the 15.00 Barn
Encounter solo and so had only about 25 minutes to get the Chicky
garden strip mulched. Ah! I booked it back and forth from the mulch
pile and was able to do it in three trips.
The Encounter was low-key. Some South
American, Australian, German, and Chinese families came to hold the
tiny fluffs and tubs of fat that are, respectively, the chicks and
the Guinea pigs. Mel and ...
... 27,500k in the car and used about 4,000 liters of diesel. We have so much to give God thanks for including safe travels and good health and feel very blessed to have attended many wonderful churches, met many lovely people, some who we will keep in contact with, to have been 42m underground, and 1200m above sea level and to have seen many spectacular sights and enjoyed lots of wonderful and special experiences in between, including lots of wild life, ...
... to say, a lot of us felt guilty and
bought a drink. I got a schooner of Orchard Crush apple cider, pale
and crisp. Mia and Jaz bought $16.50 vodka-strawberry-fruity
cocktails topped with a paper umbrella and cut strawberry. It was
yummy, but not quite worth $16.50. Reid and Daniel bought some Rogers
We ate our food happily and sipped our
beverages until about 21.00, when we headed out. The idea was to go
to Cowch in South Bank, but ...
... I bought $5 worth of
black sapote (the chocolate pudding fruit). Awesome!
Olly took off and Daniel came, so we
did another lap. He tried a lamb gozleme from the Turkish stall and
got gyoza dumpling (pork). The main vendor there is a bit of a hawker
and always yells witty comments meant to cheesily reel you in off the
main walkway. I always inwardly brace for his comments whenever I
approach his stall, wanting him to just let me peruse in peace. He
... their tail and their neck), they can either wriggle, fall and hurt themselves, or they can turn their necks and bite you. Again, to hold and get up close to such an amazing species was fascinating. I stared right into its eyes and then took a look at the croc behind the fence, which was a couple of years its senior, and it was hard to believe that this 15 centimetre creature may become a 4 metre killing machine. After the croc holding, it was time for the money shot, the koala ...