We had to leave this beautiful place. Very sad—should have stayed longer :(
Summer and I ordered the same breakfast
This is my boyfie’s :)
During our breakfast, we realised that we were the only Asians in Mooloolaba. Australians and Westerners were everywhere! You see more Asians in Gold Coast.
Welcome to Australia Zoo, Home of The Crocodile Hunter, you know, Steve Irwin? Since there are too many pictures of the animals that I’d taken in the zoo, I will just post up those I, personally, do not get to see in Malaysia.
World’s Most Venomous Snake, Fierce Snake. If you were tagged by this guy over here, you’d be in a lot of trouble—one bite possesses enough punch to drop 100 full grown men. Despite this ferocious reputation, it is a shy species that rarely encounters people.
Australia’s longest snake, Scrub Python. Scrubbies in the rainforests of northern Queensland have been known to take on food items as large as a full grown wallaby. This snake is the King of Australians Python.
He posed! lol
Next was Koalas! Despite being adorable, what I didn’t know about them is they smell –_-
My third ice-cream in Australia! lol
Finally we were inside the heaven of both Kangaroo and Wallaby. The problem was, we didn’t know how to differentiate them!
After we watched a short show, we had to leave the place. We were inside the souvenir shop when I came across with this:
To Point One—still remember how I read it out loud inside the lecture hall? I bet May and Ag do xD
Next destination was Glass House Mountains.
To be continued…