It's Raining Postcards!

It's Raining Postcards!

From a land down under we discover...

Our amazing friend Trish L. sent us a package from Australia. In it are many gooddies that my daughter simply adores. The are four postcards filled with outstanding facts, A Koala book mark also with facts, and a plushy turtle that our daughter danced around with when she saw it (and has as of now gone to sleep with). Trish writes on the first postcard: This is the small beachside town I live in, and it's only about a 10 min drive from Mon Repos where the turtles go. We get a lot of holiday makers on the school vacations visiting here as well as a number of backpakers from overseas. Did you know that the children in Australia all have to wearuniforms to school (no but as a mom I think that is wonderful!) Hope this was the sort of thing you were looking for (Yes it sure is thank you.)

The second postcard reads: I live near where Fraser Island is on the east coast!  Thought this card was very interesting to show how big Australia is,compared to the rest of the world. I have traveled only down the east coast , still so much I haven't seen. (Our daughter also has traveled on the East coast of America (my my what you have in common ;-)

The third postcard reads: Mon Repos beach is one of the two largest Loggerhead Turtle Rookery's in the south pacific ocean. People visit here form November to March to watch the turtles lay their eggs and then about 60 days later, you can watch the baby's hatching and emerge from the sand and crawl down to the ocean. They lay their eggs at night time. Loggerhead turtles are an endangered species. I loved going to watch this as a child.

The forth postcard of this amazing package reads: Koala's
The Koala, a cuddly native Australian Marsupial. Koala's have thick grey or brown fur on their backs and white fur on their stomach. Koala's don't have a tail. They have strong, sharp claws and long toes to help them climb. They are Marsupials. Koala's measure between 64 and 76 cm in length and weigh between 7 and 14kg. They eat ecualyptus leaves ( we love the smell of eucalyptus) and they don't drink water very often. Also a baby Koala stays in its mothers pouch for a few months (or till around 1 year old) after it is born.
Your Aussie Mate, Trish L.

¸.•♥•.¸¸.•♥• Many thanks again for this outstanding package we love every minute of it! •♥•.¸¸.•♥•.¸

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