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... get that in Edinburgh :P
Anyway, I arrived safely and came straight to the hostel. Chill Backpackers. Very blue, very obvious (makes Saltyard look pale), this was good though cos I knew it was on Roma Street but I had no idea how far away from the station and I was worried it would be inconspicuous. Checked in went straight to bed. There was no bedding on the bed and I didn't think much of it, just thanked Mutti for my silk sleeping liner. When I ...
... upstairs and was like here I got it! But to no avail. Because it hadn't been processed and approved yet, to the airline staff I was merely flashing around some random piece of paper that might as well have been for my dry cleaning for all they cared. Back to the service center. This time even more flustered then I was before... Systematically I began delegating assignments to the local staff " can you please find me the number for the ...
... are on board with Quarantine close behind. Everyone is delightful to do paperwork with albeit an incredibly thorough inspection of entire vessel by Quarantine. We pass with a clean bill of health all round. This takes the best part of the day. We book into the marina for the next two or so nights while we get our heads around what is to be our immediate plans. First off, see Frank at the Wesley. Its been a long time and we are all very happy to see ...
There's a gap in our dates because we had to scoot through from Eumundi to the Sunshine Coast and over to New South Wales. The rego on our camper was running out and as it was registered in NSW this is where we had to go to renew it. We had a bit of a nightmare for 5 days, trying to sort it out and getting ripped off in the process.
Anyways, once it was eventually sorted we drove up to Brisbane to Helena and Daniels where we were staying at theirs for a few ...
... Big Rig. The old hut and riveted boat used to rescue people in flood times were interesting displays. We opted to give the Big Rig display and evening show a miss. We did walk across the Bailey Bridge, named after the man who invented it during WW2. Evidently it can be assembled very quickly. This bridge is used for the Big Rig's train ride and crosses the creek, once the town's first water supply. However, now the water is only fit to support the ...