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Things aren’t always what they seem

Must have been my lucky day! What are the odds of seeing kangaroo, wombats and a tasmanian devel all in one day? Guess we can really say that we are in Australia now…

Tasmanian Devel
So luckey to see a Tasmanian devel
Kaola from up close
Kaola from up close

But, things are not always what they seem. Sometimes you have to create your own luck a bit by going to the Melbourne Zoo. A very nice zoo, simular to the zoos that we are used to, but with a couple of differences. You might find birds that are just flying around freely that can only be seen in cages in Europe. The whole surrounding area looks just gives a mixture of the mangrove, rimba, bush feeling of Burgers Dierentuin.  The first steps into seeing the Australian wildlife are taken now, next step is to try and continue this in the real world!

Even the walk ways are interesting here
Even the walk ways in the zoo are interesting to us
Kookaburra
Kookaburra
Fun at the playground
Fun at the playground
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Mother, wife, explorer and loving the outdoors. We recently moved to Australia, so lots to explore here. We are keeping a blog about our experiences of moving and living on a different continent as a family.

3 thoughts on “Things aren’t always what they seem

  1. Wat een schitterende foto’s en ook Luka in de rol, geweldig! En dan is de vakantie bijna om en begint het schoolleven voor Kai en Luka, spannend hoor en ook zeker voor jou, Willemijn. Je kinderen achter laten in een vreemde school met een vreemde taal, maar kinderen passen zich heel snel aan hoor. Voor de ouders is het moeilijker om ze los te laten! Sterkte hoor! Gaat helemaal goed komen (sprak een ouwe tante uit ervaring).

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  2. Gaaf hoor 🐨🐘🐦! Ik zou hier denk ik vaak te vinden zijn (of in een van de andere dierentuinen die bij jullie abonnement hoort). Goed weekend vast en succes komende maandag. Xx .. Karin

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