Today I discovered that my hair is bigger in Australia! The air must be more humid here. No matter how many times I run my straighteners through my hair, it always ends up getting more poofy when I get back to my hotel mirror than it was when I left my room. Strange!I have had the loveliest day today! I started out by going to the gym in the morning for a quick energy boost. After showering, I had breakfast at the hotel restaurant, and then I walked to Darling Harbour. It\'s so lovely down there, so pretty. The harbour area is so posh and beautiful and flashy, and right behind the bars and restaurant rise the tall, modern skyscrapers. It\'s gorgeous, and as always, picutres don\'t do reality justice. Despite this, I took loads!I went to the Wildlife World and, after braving through the insect- and snake-section (not a fan of these creatures) I got to pet a kangaroo, I saw a koala jump from one branch to another and discovered several species of Australian animals I never even knew existed.Then I went to the Aquarium next door and was amazed by coloursful fishes, cute seahorses, long-neck turtles (adorable), and then I watched a shark-feeding sessions. On the way back to the hotel, I walked around the peaceful sanctuary that is the Chinese Garden of Friendship. It\'s so funny, many of my photos of this quiet and calm place have the modern buildings of Sydney as a bak drop - what a contrast!Back at the hotel, I got ready for the cocktail party at University of Sydney. Being the girl that I am, I managed to change outfits 3 times before I finally picked one for good. There were agents from all over the world gathered, and I talked to so many interesting people. Everyone was so nice, and so were the staff members of Uni of Sydney. I haven\'t seen much of the University yet, but from what I saw tonight, I can tell that the uni is nothing like the rest of Sydney. The downtown area is all modern, flashy architecture, you know, sky-reaching buildings with floor-to-ceiling glass walls. The main Uni building with the clock tower is an old building, looks very much like an old British school, Cambridge University-like. The University of Sydney was founded in 1850, whilst Australia as a country is only 110 years old. You can tell it holds a lot of history and tradition. I can\'t wait to explore it further tomorrow.