As much as the Fijian island of Taveuni was stunning, and the people were so very friendly; the other attraction which had tugged us back was the snorkelling.
A two minutes walk from our bure, and we were in the crystal clear water, swimming along with the fish.
It was sad to leave Fiji, and a come down from the holiday we had been looking forward to for months. It's strange how after just a few days it was as if we had never been away.
The reason for no 'It's Friday!' post last week was that we were here...
Taronga Zoo has been on our 'to-do' list for many months, recommended to us by many locals, but something we just hadn't go around to going - whenever we thought of it it was in the school holidays or a Saturday, and we were set on making the most of a quieter weekday.
With our visitors here and wanting to see a wombat, it finally made us go.
During our nine months here we had slowly been introduced to the native animals. (granted - quiet a few after hours and not always welcome...) but there was one I had been desperate to see - a koala
Pop up shops. Had seen them but never gone in one before now.
Saturday, running in the torrential downpour for the bus home, T and screeched to a halt outside a flash sale pop up shop of my favourite store for business clothes. What an amazing place - safe to say when we (both!) emerged with bags, the shower had long since passed.!