Acacia Inner City Inn
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... 45 minutes. I decided
to wait and hang tight while it blew in and over, but it never came.
At 15.45, I decided to just go. I went out and changed into
comfortable clothing when it started to drizzle. Then shocking
amounts of lightening flashed across the sky. Soooo, never mind about
the bike. I wheeled it into the bus shelter with myself and started
Other visitors joined me, then the sky
opened. Water poured down in torrents. At one point, ...
... feel super secure, luckily we don't surf.
So if we have forgotten anything, there are shops in the US... right?
To be continued 17 hrs in the past.
This is just like time travel except you have to spend 20 hours in cattle class to go back the 17 hrs.
... me away from other work to feed the parrots
and tawny frogmouth. Yay! I fed Charlie the feather-plucked male
Eclectus parrot in the back. He peered at me from the other side of
his semi-wall in his aviary, then pounced on his dish when I left. He
seems sweet, just a bit ravaged by his bad habit (which is why he is
not on display). I came back and painted for another 15 minutes, then
we wrapped it up. Dylan cleaned the roller and I painted until ...
... connection. She came back a bit later and I did the hand wall
gesture again. She got it, but still hovered for many minutes. I put
another container of hay and debris away from the lean-to and she was
quite content to go and poke through it. Man, through mt whole
cleaning time, I was detrimentally distracted by sweet B.G. She would
be near me and I would almost subconsciously reach out and touch her
feathers. I loved being that close to such a unique and ...
... tour up the river Brisbane. It was very windy on the top deck and I was grateful that Nikki had grabbed me a blanket for the hour journey up stream. We passed lots of expensive mansions on the river bank with balconies and private tennis courts. It would be lovely to live there. We stopped in Brisbane and ventured into the centre but we only got as far as Queen street, when our legs started to get tired. So we stopped for a cookie and banana bread before ...