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      Saturday, October 01, 2011

      Australia tours

        We spent a fabulous 3 weeks in Australia on an australia tours package and our pictures are online. We started in mid January in Melbourne, then 5 days in Tasmania, drove southern "Great Ocean Road" drive, drank in Barossa Valley, swam around Heron Island, and finished off in Sydney. The trip highlights were successfully driving on the opposite site, seeing giant sea-turtles hatch, swimming with sharks and rays, Tasmania's beaches, tree ferns and giant eucalyps, Kangaroos, Wallabees, the visit to Rusden Vineyard, Surfing, and Sydney Opera house. Melbourne is a truly wonderful city. We had a tremendously good time there. It reminds us a lot of Vancouver - friendly people, great restaurants, climate. It is different in many ways as well: a tram system, less ethnic diversity, a bit distanced from it's water. We loved the zoo with it's Aviary and Butterfly Apiary. We thoroughly enjoyed A Midsummer Night's dream in the Botanical Gardens, and I also got to do an hour of sailing on Albert Lake. I never thought our last summer sailing lessons would come in handy so quickly. We experienced a great sunset in St. Kilda's on the beach and one of our favorite meals was at Viang Viang(Malay/Thai/Vietnamese fusion), with incredible sambal chicken and prawns. Sadly, most of my pictures from the Melbourne Penguins didn't turn out. We also want to travel machu picchu and go on canada tours too.

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