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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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... a living legacy of Steve. As DW said once " You know I've always said a mans legacy is what he leaves behind" . So in NASCAR terms the zoo is definitely Steve's legacy. I'm surprised at first ot how interactive the zoo is, but later realize that Steve was 100% interactive with the wildlife. We can pet koalas, touch snakes and feed kangaroos ( no hugging tho) . Later luci does a koala encounter that has her holding a cute cuddly koala for like 15 minutes. We get to be apart of ...
... to the supermarket to pick up our bbq bits for Christmas dinner as we won't have another chance to go over the next few days. It felt strange buying salad and bbq meats but we managed to get some Christmas puddings and mice pies to add a homely feel! Since the sun was still beaming we headed to the beach at 530pm in the evening (or afternoon as they call it here until it gets ...
... boy. My bus to Noosa isn't until the afternoon so I have a final wander around Brisbane in the sunshine and there's a cute market on in the City Hall. I then have a walk up to the Roma Street Parklands and its really pretty, a lovely place to go for a picnic or a BBQ and have a look around, at one point I feel like Alice in Wonderland :-) Before I leave a big lizard comes to pose for me ...
... was about 1hr 30mins to the zoo. I actually found myself really excited for two reasons. 1. I really wanted to see the famous Steve Irwin crocodile show and 2. For the first time since arriving I wasn't at all homesick. This was the reason I wanted to travel, to meet random people and go on random unplanned trips. It is 100% safe to say if those guys hadn't by chance been in the same hostel for the same 2 nights I'd never have gone to Australia Zoo. Having been lucky enough to visit ...
... a full surgical procedure, the card was extracted. I guess in any branch around Melbourne there will be a repairman called in and the thing replaced instantly. Another example of Aussie ingenuity by tough people in the bush.
Once the Tour de Gympie was done, we sifted through the list of 25 things you have to do in Gympie. After careful consideration of all options, we decided to do one thing, leave Gympie.
A great move but details are in the next entry.