Brisbane Manor Hotel
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All in all e verry nice hostel! Clean, no bedbugs and friendly staff!
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... off. He quits freaking out and goes back to sleep. 'Okay, I'll be a bit warm and it's kind of humid in here, but I've dealt with heat before, not a big deal, okay now get some sleep so I'm not tired tomorrow,' I thought. Wrong again.
Occupant #2 of the room starts a light, quiet snore. 'Okay, that's no biggie. It's a fairly quiet snore', but the second I thought that, it went from a quiet snore, to an earth rumbling, shake the room snore. I ...
... door. But it was so fun! Seeing as I felt rough, I didn't actually do it, but I ended up still getting free beer, and surprisingly it made me feel better so it was all good. There are some more people in our room - a Danish couple and a German girl. Jonny did the beer tasting with Anthony, and the Danish lad. They tried out 5 different beers, and rated them all on appearance, taste, and aroma, and got to have some garlic bread, cheeses, ...
... very large area. The beach we were on we had so much room as the beach was so large!
Mount Coot-tha - I saw this at night and enjoyed a panoramic view of downtown Brisbane. It was really special to see the skyscrapers, lights and Brisbane river.
Lone Pine Sanctuary - Today I saw Koalas, free ranging kangaroos in great number, Tasmanian devils and many other indigenous Australian animals amongst ...
... get up to speed, having the freedom to update at will and be on top of my game for the first time in 2 weeks. Poppy bought us all a drink and her first ever book, admitting she feels like she could now be a bookworm discovering a whole new dimension in reading. Only had a slight delay by half hour for departure, taking off at 6.25pm. Carrying on blogging totally up until today, being provided with a snack pack consisting of chilli and lime biscuits & a beetroot relish.
... in Brisbane we decided to sponsor some rubber ducks for cancer research. There was 40,000 ducks floated along Brisbane river. We ate take away on the canal with an unreal view of the city, whilst drinking prosecco (we know how to live it up) Then we sampled Max Brennar's chocolate bar which is open till midnight and it is like death by chocolate! When Joe's day off finally arrived we decided to all climb aboard the Delightful Dorris and drove an hour ...