Friday, August 12, 2011


The ferry from Circular Quay (rushing past the didgeridoo player) takes us to the zoo on the top of a hill, where the giraffes have a penthouse view.

A futile quest for a platypus leads us through a lovely recreation of a gorge and its Aboriginal art.

And Sharp-Eyes catches sight of a rare lyrebird, a kookaburra, and this rock wallaby, which she christens "Wallaby Willing," in honor of her grandfather.

Meanwhile, after four days of hard-core sightseeing, Colin begins to suspect that the animals have it easy.

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