Brisbane Manor Hotel
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All in all e verry nice hostel! Clean, no bedbugs and friendly staff!
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... Charleville and Toowoomba. In Brisbane we are staying with Alan's oldest cousin, Barry Hodge and visited Brenda Satchell, another cousin.
Tomorrow we will head south and homewards. On the way we plan to visit Alan's Aunty Thel who is 93. Depending on the weather we may take 3-4 days to get back to Sydney but will be home by Wednesday.
It has been a remarkable trip and we have loved every minute and dusty corrugated kilometer.
Sydney with soldiers, a storekeeper and their families, John Oxley,
botanist Allan Cunningham, stock and seeds.
... afternoon. After being taught the basic techniques we headed into the sea for 2 hours... 2 hours of getting wiped out by waves, dragged by the current, robs board whacking me on the head, we decided It wasn't actually that fun at all. The sea was really choppy on this day and was hard enough to even wade through the water with your board to where you wanted to try and surf! In fact, the hardest thing was even carrying the board, its heavy and awkward and ...
... what was preventing the boot closing, and tried to fix it when he slammed the boot lid down on my finger. This was not a good start. I'm pretty sure I swore bad (sorry mum). When I put my finger in my mouth all I could taste was blood!!! Keep in mind it was dark outside with no light. My hand quickly filled with blood overflowing onto the driveway. Panic stations had set in. Rusty flew back inside to find something to wrap my finger not knowing what the ...
... up we joined up with our mates, cruised past the crocs and returned to the heavenly aircon of our van. We drove to the picturesque Brisbane riverfront to South Bank and settled down for a long lunch with some refreshing beverages. Next we met up with Amy, Jordana's former university roommate and a close friend at her condo on the riverfront. She has quite a view with the river and the skyscrapers of Brisbane out her front window. After visiting a while we made plans ...