03 The Beginning of It All - I
Our first morning. The only morning when we would wake up on time. Outside Yenching's house, waiting for her to finishing locking up the doors so that we can proceed to the bus-stop where we would like take to get to the tram station. All three of us, Angela, JY and myself, were behaving like kukus, simply because of the vaporising of each other's breath when we spoke. Wah wah, lifting up head up, blowing into the skies so that we can see our OWN breaths.
Don't know who was the one said that you can only see the vaporising as the air was polluted. Hence, should you be talking in the North Pole, one would not be able to see the vapors as the air is the cleanest possible. LOL, not sure if it's clean like that, or simply the mouth will be muffled up behind the mask/high collar of the jacket for fear of it getting frostbitten and just dropping off. LOL
Cam-whoring on the bus train. All of the other passengers were stoning their life away.
Murray street. On this particular day, we were thinking that we had a really good steal as our hotel where we would be staying at for the last two nights of our trip, was on the same street as the town area, the shopping location. It's should be around 100plus Murray Street in this photo. We were all under the impression that our hotel was 400plus Murray Street. Oh yeah, We can walk from our hotel to town!
DOTS. Wrong, so wrong. I believed all three of us were practicing selective reading that day. The hotel is at 718 Murray Street. We tried walking back from Northbridge to the hotel, which is in the middle from our Hotel and the Town. UPHILL climb. Oh god, luckily, we did not try from Town. Took the CAT bus every time onwards then, a free bus-service that has a stop just at the door-step of the hotel.
Off on our half-day tour. Yenching took the trouble of calling up the 24hours service, got herself pissed off by the Indian operator. Me stoning away, while they cam-whored in the pretense of taking my photo.
Caversham Wildlife Park. Spent a good one and half hour there, touching all the different touchable animals. JY was the main photographer, backed up by Angela. All I did was listen to the Guide. LOL Damn interesting, the ways of the wildlife, even if I have forgotten most of it and could not even recall half the names of all the creatures that were introduced to us. Hahahaha.
Kangaroos! There were so many! Stood there holding a handful of feeds, listening to the Guide tell us about the breeding ways of the Kangaroos when I backed up into one who were just standing right behind me nosing my bag! Surrounded, we were by them. LOL, of course, since all they did was nosed at us, it was all cool, could not have imagine the scene should they be PAWING at us. They were behaving so nicely that even JY took a chance to pat at them when she is one who is even afraid of small dogs and cats.
OKOK, too tedious to post up all our individual shots, so I would put one of each. LOL
Wombat. It is 28KG of weight, and it just snoozes away while we took turn patting at its belly. The belly looks so soft and furry, but it's surprisingly hard. ABS, woah...
Koala. A creature that sleeps 20 hours a day. They are the most relaxed creatures in the world. We were only allowed to pat one out of the many in the enclosure. As excessive human touch would throw them into a frenzy, not something we want at all. Their claws are like ...
Donkey. LOL, not really one of those uncommon captivating animals found there. But we were allowed to feed it. We would stand an arm's length away, to throw the feed directly into the donkey's open mouth. You can see all the decays on the teeth, when its mouth is open, curling lips at you to hurry up with the feeds. LOL, deliberately choose this photo of JY. She was really feeling as apprehensive as she looked in the photo. Not daring to hold the feed out a tad longer for us to take photos, but throwing them straight away. WHAHAHA
the handsome dingo. purebreds dingo. We were warned not to try patting at them not to pat that as we would like to get our hands bitten off. Those at the park are raised since young in the care of the park guides, hence they would response favorably to the guides allowing for them to be pat but no one else.
Some bird that is only one of those few rare breeds that able to break open this wood-hard husk of a certain fruit. So descriptive that i cannot stand myself. Some bird, certain fruit. -__-
I just love this photo I took of the koala. It just looks so cute, curled up behind the leaves sleeping.
Cute decorations on the entries to the toilets.
LOL Next stop: chocolate factory!