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I had not felt motivated to blog in my first week in Brisbane and I was beginning to think I was lazy. The more I thought about it, I think there was other influence at hand. You see, although I am 10,000 miles from home, everything feels familiar. I have spent the last week trying to figure out why and all I can come up …
... the coach which took us down the coast past the Queen Mary and to Huntington Beach. It was still pretty cold and the temp was still in single figures but the weather was clear. We walked out along the pier and some of us tried breakfast at a retro cafe. It gave us a chance to work out our tipping skills and also our first lost in translation moment as Bernadine ordered a white coffee and ended up with a large glass of full cream milk. Not quite the same. A few people cracked the seal ...
... this trip however there is **** I can't do. Fray can be firm with cab drivers or hotel people. Fray looks after the tipping. Fray asks about stuff. We both loved walking around neighbourhoods wherever we were, just looking at houses and buildings, listening and talking to people. Neither of us wanted to go to museums or galleries - you can google that stuff. Also, we had a miracle on this trip! I have always suffered from terrible motion sickness but I ...
... original version of bungee jumping, how cool would it be to watch that!
On Santo, where we stayed, only 50 metres off shore is the wreck of the SS Coolidge sunk by "friendly" mines during WW2 and at another spot loads of tanks and other army equipment that can be seen when snorkelling, we didn't get to either. There are lots of other examples as well but we still did quite a lot and probably would have done more if the rainy season hadn't started early. You ...
... and other dangerous weapons. Funnily enough he also collected books. With over 13000 in his library. Willbee was a little worried because we also visited a pavilion with "Birds of Prey"... Owls and falcons. Willbee thought they might have him for a snack. We hope you enjoy the photos from today. From Willbee and Miss ...