Daisy’s Australia blog part 2

imageWe went to the beach again and we saw an enormous, blobby, scary jellyfish. Then we climbed a gigantic cliff that lead up to a cave. My cousin Tal, who is 9, kept throwing the ball down the cliff to my mum.

My aunty Alison got bitten by a big ant called a Jack Jumper and it hurt as much as a bee sting. Jack Jumpers are really pesky because they don’t just bit when you annoy them, they actually attack people, and they can jump!image
The next day we went to a waterfall, it was beautiful. But the water was freezing so we just did some rock climbing instead. imageWe all sat on a big rock to have a picnic which was delicious. When I was climbing on the rocks my foot slipped on a bit of slippery moss and made it all wet, so I had to walk all the way home, which took about an hour with a wet shoe.

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3 Responses to “Daisy’s Australia blog part 2”


  1. 1 Coombe Mill March 15, 2014 at 11:29

    Sounds like quite an adventure and lovely places to visit but ouch to that ant and the slippery moss. There are somethings Australia can keep! Lovely to hear how you are getting on, thanks for sharing on Country Kids

  2. 2 over40andamumtoone March 15, 2014 at 18:24

    What a great experience, i’d love to travel around Australia with Monkey in a few years time #CountryKids

  3. 3 My Monkeys Don't Sit Still March 15, 2014 at 19:06

    Wow, looks like a fab place to go but I’m not loving the sound of the Jack Jumper Spiders! #CountryKids


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