Southern Cross Atrium Apartments
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Lovely room, good kitchen, nice decor, lovely swimming pools and gym, great location.
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Wow, Its been so long since my last post that I’m not sure where to start. Karen may have covered some of this in her post several days go.
The last official day of the N Scale Convention was Sunday. Monday was an optional “self drive” layout tour. Again, I was helping Duncan by keeping trains running and assisting …
... chatting. They had had to go for their flu vaccination before leaving home which is why they had not gone far. This time we were given mandarin oranges and avocados as well as their address so we can go and camp in their 'yard' if we return to Queenland. We hope they have a safe and enjoyable trip wherever they go. Like us they were not quite certain where they would head!
Next day we returned to Malanda and yet more washing but thankfully the weather was good ...
... s important). The walk home was quite hard because we'd managed to pick up quite a bit of food and the weather today was close. I was sweating profusely by the time we made it back to the apartment. Once we were settled again I took a look over a short story that I had been working on for some time but, frustrated with my inability to completely comprehend all of the effects of the weaving plot line that I had created, I laid back and I fell asleep. A ...
... same). Thankfully not too far to go before arriving at Mamu Tropical Skywalk smack in the heart of the wet tropics World Heritage area. We spent about an hour or so walking from the forest walk to the cantilever to the elevated walkway sitting 37 meters above the ground and taking 100 steps to climb. The thing swayed a little when more people started to climb it, but we all made it up and down without incident (aside from Brenda almost putting her hand on a giant spider ...
... aware, is full of not a lot.(Or as the RAF call it MAMOFA "Miles and miles of f*** all"). Over Indonesia the view was much more spectacular. Rob's nephew Karl had arranged a hotel for us and also the transfer which was waiting for us on arrival. The ride to the hotel was fascinating as we competed for every yard on the road with swarms of motor scooters. The Paneeda View Hotel in Sanur was a bit of a culture shock to us after ...