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... moving on for the rugby so headed down to the harbour and went for a stroll then headed over to the lovely beach where we spent an hour or so watching the surfers!
Then we headed out of Coffs Harbour making a stop at the 'Big Banana' for photos and frozen nana's with chocolate and sprinkles!!
Then we headed off intending to make our way to Byron Bay.......but I decided to do some internet searching and found no pubs playing the ...
... a male soaring at over 6,000 metres. Whhhaaaa?!
Amiga did a very round-about entrance, dodging a flock of horrible
little noisy miners. Them and some others mobbed him and made him
swerve about and take shelter in a few trees. Be nice, guys, geez!
Eventually, he made it to the hand and
was given a whole rat to eat. Unlike Elmo, Amiga clamped onto it and
started shredding. At one point, I smiled at the morbidity as a rope
of intestines slung up and ...
... to me which is empty letting me know she will move to the seat next to me if that one becomes full. So, I'm crossing my toes in hope that it doesn't. Unfortunately crossed toes do not work and she is instructed by the train guard to move next to me, as a young lad called Issac who is 16 and on his way home can sit down. It's a bit of an ice breaker so we all start chatting about where we are all going etc ... (This might not be too bad, I may have ...
... br> offering bits so that he could get the food down. Frogmouths don't
have swallowing reflexes, so they let gravity take the food into
their crop and later stomach. It was a rare glimpse into the fun part
of being a keeper!
Olly and Sandy fed
out some other birds, then we cleaned the painting tools and went to
the market. I found a vendor with great exotic fruits! I bought some
custard apples from the end of the season. They looked a ...
... I had one of my family members drive me to the Brisbane airport today, so that I didn’t have to pay for long-term parking on my trip.
I boarded my plane with New Zealand airlines at 11:20am after checking earlier at 9:00am because I had to be checked in with all my things two hour before the flight. The warnings from Smart Traveller say to proceed with caution and it is very much the same as Australia. So I wasn’t too worried about my ...
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