Friday, September 21, 2007

bought some lovely pink gel tape to re-do my bars. ippoc sweetly offers to redo my tape.

here's one view...something look a little odd?

here's another angle

i think she's slightly wacked out from her massage today.

am i right?

Thursday, September 13, 2007

a day at bondi beach

we took a ferry out to this bay and sat and had a coke and a coffee. on the ferry ride back into Sydney it poured and was so windy i had to remove my Paris Hilton glasses.

a little fun with cameras mirrors and weird bathroom art at Bondi...

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

for your Friday viewing pleasure...

Tasmanian weather is a bit like Scotland

Port Arthur in Tasmania...not a pretty story to tell of this town.

Oldest bridge in Australia located in Richmond another town with a not so nice history.

Nice walking and mountain biking trail on Mt. Wellington near Hobart in Tasmania

This looks like a rat, but it really is a kangaroo...

There is a baby in that pouch

Baby wombat not fond of the rain and she looks a lot like Daisy

Two little baby devils

The Sydney Opera house and us

For the doggie people out there...turn your heads please...

please may i have some more....

Friday, September 07, 2007

pics all out of order...i have 3 mins 52 seconds...

i like these little buggers.

this restaurant needs to hire a new ad agency...the ants just don't work for us

can you spot the kuala? did you know that they are not kuala bears, they are just kualas which mean "don't drink"...which must be an awful awful thing...and ippoc who is hovering tells me they are not spelled kuala...oh well, now they are

and the KOALA with the baby was so dang cute...

koala paparazzi...not so cute...but we are in there too

and we would have taken pics of the little penguins too but that was not allowed. we went on the penguin plus tour and got to sit on a private platform out by the beach until the sunset. it was very cold and we were all huddled waiting for them to appear out of the water. they wait until darkness and band together in a little groups for protection. they are the smallest penguins in the world at a foot high. there can be hundreds. and they are so wiped from all their fishing and feeding and penguin swimming that they waddle along the sand and trampled grass (from their endless commutes) to their burrows that some just fall flat on their penguin faces. then they get right up and waddle some more.

Monday, September 03, 2007