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Wide Awake in Brisbane
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 …
... near Woodburn). It has a museum (closed today) and a large pavilion display about Italian immigrants to the Ballina/Lismore region, which was very interesting. It was also the driver recover stop, so a quick coffee as the cafe was closed for the public holiday. Driving in NSW - so many more police cars and speed cameras than in Qld - I reckon we've seen 5 police cars, and another 5 speed cameras (fixed and mobile) in 350km since the border. We then drove to ...
... both, but only bought the ginger beer.
Our last overnight stop before Brisbane was Gympie. We didn't spend any time looking around Gympie as we didn't unhitch the caravan.
Arriving in Brisbane, we go to Brighton to stay with our daughter Michelle and family. Our caravan fits in their driveway and we will base ourselves here and do some day trips to visit ...
... noh and kyogen its start at 7. I’m going to head over there soon coz it’s all ready 6 so I’m heading over there now so I can get a good seat should be interesting. Wow I wish I read up on what it’s about I hate love story but it was still good to see something interesting but I’m off now walking back to the hotel so tired I think I might skip dinner tonight and go to sleep I’m brain dead today so I’m off I let you in tomorrow ...
... them and understanding them in a way they’ve never known before." "They’ve never seen different worlds, with different ways of living and existing. They’ve never felt like a foreigner, a third-rate citizen or an immigrant." According to this article traveling changes you, and the more you leave, the more clearly you see home. We've been away for 4 months now, the longest we've ever been away from home! I can now say that having done our ...