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Tooradin Ice Cream Shop

by Nanna Maz
(Pakenham)

What icecream flavour to choose at the Tooradin Icecream Parlor, Melbourme Australia

What icecream flavour to choose at the Tooradin Icecream Parlor, Melbourme Australia

What icecream flavour to choose at the Tooradin Icecream Parlor, Melbourme Australia
Good icecream choices at Tooradin Icecream Parlor Melbourne Australia
Shu, Ruby and Pelican Bollard Tooradin
Shu and Ruby outside Tooradin Icecream Parlor, Melbourne-Australia

This is our first time playing at being a Host Family for a young Japanese Student, Shu.


He is staying with us for 12 nights so this weekend we decided to show him some of our local fun.

Yesterday, we drove down to Tooradin for ICECREAM.

Tooradin is a little fishing village on Western Port Bay with mangrove, salt water, tidal inlets.

I think the fact that Shu was offered so many flavour choices confused him somewhat. Finally he setted on 2 different, yummy flavours and much to his delight he loved them both. 3/4 way through he had had enough...boy the serves are so generous there. Well worth the money!

We walked along the side of the inlet admiring all the different bird life. As the tide was coming in, one of the things that Shu loved was watching the bubbles coming out of the mangrove crab holes as the water was filling them up.

A great afternoon to start him off on Shu's wonderful time here in Australia.

Tomorrow we are off to Puffing Billy in the Dandenongs.

He is sure to love that excursion.

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