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Not such a busy day today. We went into town to book our trip to Morton bay for tomorrow, early start pick up at 7.45. Also put some more money on ou Go card so we can take the train down to the Gold Coast and surfers paradise.
We walked around the botanical gardens they were lovely and had some really old trees, my ...
... pile and washing dishes. Sandy was going a million miles per
hour, as usual. We cleaned four enclosures and did some food prep.
She then had us clear out the Eclectus parrot mulch and I got to go
into Swampy and the princess parrot enclosures again.
After morning tea, we did more tasks
and cleaned and collected the food dishes until Sandy disappeared.
The n Rory actually grabbed us and led us into the #1 Reptile House.
... br> the reserve. She called out and talked about all sorts of
relationships in the roo world and who was like such and such and
their history. They completely are her kids. She even referred to the
cage behind Stevie/Medusa/Lucy/Dingo's as “the kids next door.”
We went into the eucalyptus plantation,
me for the first time. It is like a giant orchard for eucalypts, with
dirt roads running in between. We collected pepper-pot plant for
wallaby browse and ...
... the world (I can’t imagine there are many to be fair!). The sand dune itself was massive, so we could run down the sand and straight into the water with turtles and fish. We also went for a swim in the island’s natural jacuzzi, called Champagne Pools, where the crashing of the waves spills over into a big rock pool, causing all the water to fizz up like a champagne jacuzzi bath thing. One of my favourite bits of the 3 days we spent with the group on the island, though, ...
... have a “clean” ship, health wise ,on it goes, as our lot
have time to infect the next lot….perhaps. Hopefully not.
A short cruise next ,10
days, with just 3 Ports…humm we wondered who goes on them, it’s a full ship
again, interesting, many very elderly again, many wheel chairs to manage, the
odd child, and younger people, some brought their pillows.!!!!! That is an
Australian trend, they travel ...