Missing riding, or eating there?
For me, I'd have to say that it would be a bit of a hard choice
Those are emus ( the tall dark leggy chicks wearing only feathers ), not to be confused with emos
Did you eat any ?
The boat guy kept referring to them as Emos, anyways once I saw them just off the road I knew immediately what they were. Look, see, but no touch, let alone eat
Much has changed doc - same bag, same place, same rider .....er carried on a new bike
Hope that 5 years hence will it be a CB1000R , parked alongside a similarly high displacement bike (mine! ) - others are welcome to join me (in hoping that is, plan your own finances to make it a reality )
Your bike, best of luck with it, but mine, NO. For this sort of twisties the 250 is enough. On the real fun roads you don't even hit triple digits, and you have to keep dropping speed to 40 for the blind corners. Bigger, not always better. On these roads, in fact, a lot worse.
As for the fish biting, given that you're writing this trip log, I asusme nothing serious. I'd be a bit more wary though, been watching "River Monsters" episodes recently ! the kind of fish there are , some in India , makes my think mother nature really wants us to die !
Yeah, I watch that too. remember, the kids wouldn't be in if there were any. And I did ask the boat guy before getting into the water whether there were crocs or anything dangerous to watch out for. Nil. No intention of getting into a situation where I come out with missing parts.