Cream Gables Bed & Breakfast
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Not long now before we go. Just last minute preparations like buying another jumper because I am worried I'll be cold at 17-18C (which I am in Brisbane!). Greg is preparing by gong to the physio and the doctors for a cortisone injection in his foot. Could be an interesting walk ahead, so stay tuned!! Looking forward to the walking and meeting Tim and Eliza in Paris at the end. They are there now and loving it, so I'm sure they won't mind returning.
... and fall backwards as she entered. She rested while Rene and I had a chat, walked around the garden and I finally said goodbye about 5:45 and drove to Kangaroo Point to stay with Helen and Rod. It was lovely to see them again and hear their news . We relaxed after dinner and watched TV. and played words. On Saturday morning we headed to David and Vanessa's to pick up their 2 boys , Lachlan and James and we took them to play at the playground at the city ...
... beautiful apartment right on the river's edge with brilliant views from the 29th floor. We really appreciate that they took the time out to have us over the two evenings that we were there and made us feel at home. On the second evening, Shirley prepared a beautiful Chinese Steamboat which we consumed while reminiscing about travel. It was special.
On the morning of the same day, we had taken our ...
... Punthill Apartments, close to the CBD. It was a studio, with a kitchen minus an oven and it had nice patio facing the city. So far all those hours of searching hotels.com have paid off (thank you Dessa). The main downtown area, the Queen Street Mall, was nearby with plenty of shopping, groceries, and restaurants. The city has good public transportation with a convenient debit card system. We rode train, the ferry and the bus to reach the farther ...
... to know people. I failed on one bit though. The application of sun tan lotion. Despite my best efforts it appears I managed to miss the majority of my back and let to an uncomfortable night's sleep! After lunch we hit the forest as we completed a couple of walks before afternoon tea and cookies. Banging. One was even in the world's only subtropical rainforest in sand. Fact. We even passed a snake on the way. Don't ask me it's type but apparently it was a constricting snake which ...