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... station set up by a young couple to do research into several topics: Why are the eucalyptus trees dying? What are the behaviors of koalas and kangaroos in the wild? How do tiger qualls (similar to Tasmanian devils) behave (which is apparently a ground-breaking study)?
Wild koalas and kangaroos lived on the lands surrounding the research center, but were free to leave at any time. Apparently, red and other poisonous snakes also live in the high grasses in the area. For ...
... its quite hard to describe but in a way the pace and type of people feel very similar to London. Its a very arty city - very visible from the street artwork down all of the alleyways (or as they call them in Melbourne 'Laneways') and there is a huge coffee culture which everyone embraces like a religion! We decided to have dinner and have an early night so that we could make the most of our two full days in Melbourne, before ...
Melbourne is our final destination in Australia and it comes to an end in a bitter sweet way. Australia is the first country on our trip where we spent a chunk of time and a lot of miles exploring around and getting a sense for it. We spent just over 6 weeks in Australia and ended up driving the entire journey from Port Douglas in the north, down the entire east coast and ending with the Great Ocean Road just past Melbourne, then looping back. Our total odometer reading ...
Itchy feet here again. There's been a few days of cool, wet weather ...and this is spring. Winter will be yuck
Our other incentive is that our long time travelling buddies (Allen and Deanna) are getting back on the horse, or maybe it's a big silver bird. They will be in France in June and so we'd love to catch up with them.
We will probably only be in Europe for 6-8 weeks ...
... of pie to be honest (how I long for pie! A good steak and ale...or tattie and bean or anything juicily Scottish with all the fat and hot crust and tender filling!).
I couldn't have been more wrong - Pie does not exist, in any capacity, in my life right now.
Six of the eight Wednesdays will entail today's grim mix of tumble track and trampolining. Now, I admire tumblers with all their power and fearlessness and ability to ...