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Absolutely gorgeous. I feel like a movie star in this hotel room! Our view is phenomenal over the Brisbane river. We took the kids from Burleigh on a train to Brisbane which was super easy to figure out. We checked into the hotel, and then went to the pool. We had so much fun using the go pro in the pool as we jumped in! After we grabbed some …
... me not to go too far off the beaten track. I was lucky I was just going to be in Manila. Manila is a big city but there is plenty on offer.
My wallet was full of Philippine money, it is called Peso. It was strange to see how much I needed to have compared with Australian money. My brother was now ready to get going and we loaded the car. The drive from Carrara to Brisbane went fast, ...
drunk youth wearing suits, facepaint, dresses and medals were walking
and weaving all over the place. It was only 20.15 and they were a
whole linen cupboard's amount of sheets to the wind. Random drunk and
sober visitors walked past, but the students were the most
entertaining. There were matching green Hawaiian shirts and one group
passed, about 20 people, and each one was carrying a bottle of wine.
Our food finally came and we dug ...
... hot wings, double-fried fries, and a cupcake. The buffalo wings were way too hot for me, but I need to go back to get some of those fries!
Saturday, Sept. 12: Class from 9-5:00. After class, I went straight to my Australian friend's (Nathan's) apartment to receive a lesson in rugby league rules. After about half an hour of watching the game on TV, we headed to Brisbane's stadium to watch the local ...
... an Eastern grey kangaroo Liana and I saw yesterday. She had a
small stream of pus on her face, so Liana was going to have her
darted and checked out today. I talked with one of the hospital
workers in the Feed Shed after I noticed the flyer (female kangaroo,
also called a jill or doe) on the hospital floor with a sheet on her
head. Nat, the woman, said there were several bones broken in her
head and they had to take some out! Luckily it was far from her
brain, so ...