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... remembers serving police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The trip turned out to be a fantastic shake down for our planned overseas tour. We once again laughed, got wet, slept in dodgy motels and got horribly lost on the way home but it was worth every minute. My admiration for my Margie grew by the day as she weathered everything thrown at her and got up with a smile each day. Our friends Greg and Kerrie have already ...
... in Surfers Paradise its a city district of the city called "Gold Coast" about 2hrs south of Brisbane. On the bus with me is Johannes (German, 19). He calls for our shuttle van to Surf'n'Sun Beachside Backpackers. While waiting, I ask him about his 6 months in Oz so far. He has worked in a cucumber factory near Adelaide sorting and stacking cucumbers.
Well, reaching the hostel, I see the Aussie Backpackers World. I ...
... It is really teeming with life and the lagoon has fish from the very small to the very large. There are several species of shark in there and manta rays. I was surprised that there are even 2 turtles swimming in it. There is a lot of corals in there too. The light music in the background made it really therapeutic just looking at the fishes. Oh, there is a dolphin nursery and the Bottled-nose Dolphins were very active. One of them did ...
... beautiful city. Brisbane was well and truly ticked off on the Australian bucket list.
The day we left for surfers paradise, our bus was at 16:00 so we spent the morning and early afternoon avoiding the sun in post office square, utilising Brisbane's free wifi. After a heavy burrito lunch we waddled back to reclaim our luggage and caught the bus to surfers paradise.
I had an image of a medium ...
... impressive and almost
scary at a time. We took the train around the park then got off at the top of
the park making a stop at the dingo pen. They were lovely looking animals, they
even started howling at one point for whatever reason. Walking through park we
came across a lonely pair of rams huddled under a small sheet metal covering,
it was sad to see how wet they were, it ...