A side-effect of inviting me down, was the ability to have a Klingon on-site for promotional photos.
Despite my efforts, I was unable to gather a group of local Klingons.
(Rohan, regardless of wether or not you own a KDF uniform, I apologize for not remembering you live in Austrailia.)
Fortunatley, mIl'oD, my ship's moral officer and mascot, also attended.
In uniform, I proceeded to breakfast.
Chocolate cereal again.
((Oh, and the morning before I also had two chocolate muffins.
They were out of such things this time.))
Then we caught up with Dan, Domino (Dan's wife), and James.
We headed back out to the Cave, audioguides in hand (promotional pictures for an audio tour need to include the audio guide...).
Mid-tour, Dan presented us with the Jenolan patch.
Domino pinned it to my cloak,
and James proclaimed "You are now a member of House Jenolan."
A great honour, indeed.
At one point, I jokingly lifted my audio guide and shouted "matlh, HIjolchu'!". This somehow resulted in the photo shoot turning into a video recording.
After Domino was done taking pictures, Tracy and I took over Dan's office to add our script revisions to the soft copy.
Lunch in the bistro was a ceaser sandwich. It was nothing like I expected yet totally deliscious.
Our time at the Caves was coming to an end, and so we hit the gift shop.
And then it was back to Sydney.
We had a Wednesday morning appointment at the recorsing studio.
The drive was extended due to scenic detours and stops--well worth it.
After checking into our hotel in the city, we walked to dinner.
Not sure what the place was called, but it was near the water.
Daring to be adventourous, I ordered the kangaroo.
And well, either the meat itself, or the sauce it was under doesn't like me.
It tasted okay--a bit too chewy. But my body refused to take more than two bites.
Eventually, I ordered a salad.
It was the most disgusting salad I have ever had--but it made me feel ten times better. I was grateful.
After choking down as much salad as I could, I had a wonderful slice of chocolate cake.