Bridgewater Terraces

Address: 56 Wharf Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4169, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 56 Wharf Street, Brisbane, is near Chinatown, Anzac Square, Customs House, and Church House.
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    2 October, 2015 (Acting the Wombat)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Oct 02, 2015

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    ... br> cleaning and her cute little lips were twitching in her sleep. I
    allowed myself several seconds to watch her much something in her

    We cleaned Daisy and the dingos and
    then moved on to the Southern hairy nosed wombats. Beck allowed me to
    clean out the concrete tunnels and it was the highlight of my day! I
    crawled right in, brush in one hand, and cleaned ahead of me as I
    manoeuvred my way through the tunnel. They are definitely ...

    26 September, 2015 (Riverfire!)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Sep 26, 2015

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    ... ordered the scallion pancakes and
    steamed vegetarian dumplings. The others shared and tried others.
    Many of them did not know what dumplings were, but were game to try.
    I'm glad they did! I loved mine, with tofu, carrot, and cabbage
    filling. They had soy sauce and brown vinegar to dip. The pancakes
    were flaky and yummy, but not the best I have ever had. I'm glad I
    got two things, because six dumplings would not have held me!

    The Valley ...

    26 August, 2015 (Mammals, Marsupials, and Markets)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Aug 26, 2015

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    ... me understand how the zoo works
    and how each animal is as a member of their species and as an
    individual. I really, truly appreciated their words.

    Bec and I cleaned the wombat enclosures
    together. Ah! Wombats: one of my favourite animals and my top Aussie
    critter. At Lone Pine they have two of the three species: the common
    wombat, which is the typical one you see with the almond-shaped head
    and the southern hairy-nosed wombat, which looks like a common ...

    Day 2 Friday

    A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on Aug 21, 2015

    Up early to drop car to Gateway Parking. All went smoothly and boarded plane for Perth on time. A couple of hours in Perth and on to Broome arriving just on dark. Taxis in Broome are few and not very reliable. After a wait with the first hints of the sand flies in Broome a taxi arrived to take us to our accommodation at Bayview Apartments. However, we were upgraded to Moonlight apartments. Nice room and dining across the road at Matso's Brewery and Restaurant. An early ...

    Attending a bit of Class

    A travel blog entry by emileeh on Aug 15, 2015

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    ... by kicking the oblong ball between two poles with one point given for near misses and handballs. Throw-ups, umpire throw-ins, and fouls are also part of this really interesting sport. I thoroughly enjoyed the game and sampling a meat pie (with beer of course). The Lions ended up winning (which was an upset), and we ventured out to a local bar to celebrate.

    I couldn't stay out too long though because I'm headed to THAILAND tomorrow!