Life on an Ozzie farm
For the next three months this is a travel blog from Lola and Nell (and others)
LOLA: We are now staying at Loose Goose Chalets, which is a small (well, actually quite big) farm in Nannup, Australia. There are loads of animals here like Donkeys (me and Nell named them Rory, River, Amelia and Melody!), Geese, Chickens, Possums, Dogs, Turkeys, Emus, Alpacas, Goats, Sheep, Wallaby’s and a baby Kangaroo called Dusty Rose! Its really fun here, we get to play with animals all day and in the evening a wallaby called Kizzy comes to visit us, along with some Possums! Today we are going to visit one of the oldest trees in the world and you can climb up it! We are also going to see a herd of 200 or more wild Kangaroos!
Goodbye for now.
NELL: Maybe I’d like to live on an Ozzie farm – if it was in England. I like all the different kinds of animals and the landscape is really beautiful. I really like kangaroos and wallabies because the ones you can touch feel really soft and they are actual wild animals. On this farm they make sculptures out of old objects that have been thrown away by their owners. It reminds me of art galleries because it doesn’t look like junk, it’s been made into sculpture. My favourite at the farm is the helicopter – although it’s not finished yet. You can even sit on the seat and pretend to be piloting it.