BIG4 Brisbane Northside Holiday Park
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... bus to the Gabba, headed into the stadium, got ourselves a nice cold beer then headed to our 2nd row seats!
We had a great day out at the cricket, drinking cold beer, eating our picnic, enjoying the sunshine (& occasionally heading off for some shade too), cheering the 4's and a couple of 6's, cheering the half centuries and 2 centuries but seeing very little in the way of catches or wickets ...
... the cheque was ready to be
released. Then, I could pick it up at any time. It is not a rush, but
I was happy to have the ball rolling.
At home, I busied myself with washing
and made a leek, mushroom, and parmesean frittata and salad for the
family for dinner. We ate and had a chat, then I continued with my
journal entries and trip planning. Things are looking better right
now on that front. I have lots of details set, which takes a huge
load off my shoulders.
Thus ends my second week at Lone Pine.
Poof, just like that. It was a very interesting and provoking in many
ways. I rode to Lone Pine, ditched my backpack, then
went and exercised at Rocks Riverside Park in Jindalee. I got back
nice and early before the other vollies and sat at the bus stop
lounge, sipping my smoothie and reading. I generally only get about
three pages read a day because it is almost ...
... are many, many ferries in Brisbane. The River Cat is a
water taxi catamaran that stops regularly at the multiple docks along
At the café, I sat outside, enjoying
the atmosphere and sipping a banana chai smoothie (delicious!!!).
When I went back to the path, the skies were definitely darkening. I
knew at this point I would probably become trapped in some type of
precipitation. I decided to push on and see what happened, ...
... I’ve ever seen (in real life and pictures). We saw a million different types of fish, most of which would swim right up to you to check you out. Once you had bread in your hand, they would go freaking nuts and bite at your hands (which actually hurt a little). My favourite fish was this bug ugly thing called the Maori Rass (not sure of spelling) which is about 3 feet long and has a big long face like the current Ipswich Town manager, Mick McCarthy. Some of the guys got ...