Monday, 8 December 2008

Meeting the locals...

Western Asutralia (with Perth as capital) is so big, that inside one can easily fit Germany, Switzerland, Austria and New Zealand. This part of the Australia has more wild flowers than the rest of the world too!

The Whiteman Parc is an enormous protected area (north from Perth) including a wildlife farm, where we went to stroke, tickle and see some of the most common locals: the kangaroos, the koalas (spending 20 hours a day sleeping), the kookaburra (is the bird kingfisher) and plenty of others known and unknown creatures.

1 comment:

Tony said...

Have fun both of you - seem lovely than the grey sky here. How is the australian accent?Hugs