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Ferð til Phillip Island (selahægðir)



Me and Pete joined forces yesterday mourning on a journey. The destination - to the center of the earth! Nah. We were headed for the monster infected island, the terrifying "Phillip Island". Peter automated his vehicle to get us to the island and the drive took about one-and-a-half hour. We were packing a lot of heat as we were expecting the monsters to be both aggressive and hungry. The first stop was the haunted chocolate factory, famous for the disappearence of hundreds of employees over the years.


Hallie and the chocolate factory

The chocolate was quite nice there and after swallowing hot liquid chocolate we continued our journey. After our lunch, where we devoured hamburgers made from human meat, we went on a cruise to see some terrifying monsters. The boat ride was really fun. The ocean was very turbulent so the boat rocked quite ferociously, infusing me and me mate with excitement and stomach butterflies. It was really cool and some of the brave ones that stood in the front of the boat got a bit wet.


Sjórinn var órólegur og tókum við nokkrar taugatrekkjandi dífur. Hressandi þó með eindæmum

After a while I started to notice a foul stench in the air. It smelled very much like shit but my sea mate suggested it was seaweed. Soon we found out that the smell was indeed from shit - seal shit. The boat took us to rocks were hundreds of seals were lying, goofing around and swimming in the ocean. Looking into the ocean, I noticed something floating, something that looked like a banana. Who throws a banana into the ocean I thought. When the mysterious banana floated nearer the boat it was apparent that this was no fruit. An authentic seal poop was floating shortly from the boat. Very impressive indeed. We didn't take pictures of the floater.


Selir í djúpum skít. En blessunalega hressir þó


Við rákumst á mörgæs í hreiðri sínu. Hún kippti sér ekkert upp við hamagang mávanna


Einnig rákumst við á litla kengúru (Wallabee). Ég kastaði til hennar bita af banana en hún kunni ekki að meta slíka háttsemi og hoppaði á brott.

In the evening we saw the famous monster penguins when they came from the ocean and walked over the beach into their burrows to feed their chicks. It was very scary.

We returned from this journey with burned faces, but in one piece, eh two pieces that is.
                        
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