After a great breakfast at the hotel, we took a ferry over to Taronga Zoo, overlooking the Sydney Harbor. What a great zoo, as we saw the world’s most poisonous snake, giraffes, elephants, kangaroos, koalas, seal show, and more. You can see from the pictures that the kids are already a close bunch.
We had amazing weather on Manly today as we as we visited this beautiful beach for the day. These students are fantastic and are having a great time together, as you can tell from the pictures. Off to bed soon so we can get ready for our trip to the Taronga Zoo tomorrow.
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