West End Central Apartments
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... my predicament and called Oink over. The sow
happily walked away toward Amy. Finally, I could get the pile.
there was some more raking of poo before the Barn Animal Encounter. I
was on Guinea pigs alone, while Nora and David took the chicks. It
was bonkers busy. I had all three pigs going at once, which I found
was easier to juggle than previously. It seems I am getting better?
After half an hour, the people trickled off and I gave the little
rodents a ...
... that looked quite nice, and together the whole project was obviously quite impressive, but too many of the individual items were not the most interesting. On the other hand, the museum had amazing wifi which massively helped to upload blogs and pictures! Our tour concluded and signalled the time for tea. As it was our last night in Australia we were keen to eat out, and make a little occasion of it. Heading back to the cool West End area we passed many places that ...
... with not talking and following your direction. There was no
back-and-forth about how to split up tasks or what to do when
something was not clear. I ended up taking the lead on everything,
but I felt like a hog. I was just scared nothing would get done if I
deferred to Shina.
Liana is a no-nonsense eco-friendly
woman with multiple piercings. She did explain things very well and thoroughly, but it
was the second time I got no perspective on tasks. Sandy did it ...
... 0" class="reference"> The first railway in Brisbane was built in 1879, when the line from the western interior was extended from Ipswich to Roma Street Station. First horse-drawn, then electric trams operated in ...
... first time, about 10 minutes later, it all played out again, as the tower behind it reluctantly teetered and tottered and joined its twin in the sea. It was even larger than the first. The excitement here is all about scanning along the full face of the glacier and anticipating where the next fall will happen. And I have to say the next massive fall was certainly unexpected. Not many on the deck had this one pegged as " the best to go." It was an entire arc of the wall ...