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Saturday 24 January - Departed on time at 11:55am. Aunty Helen gave us privileged status and we were allowed to board first onto the aircraft - no pushing or shoving. The plane was only about half full and I had a whole row of 4 to myself. Roz & Helen sat in a row of 2 and I was on the aisle opposite.
... and while I love being outdoors the only times I have ever gone camping have been on multi-day hikes while travelling abroad. Needless to say I wasn't quite sure what to expect but one way or the other I knew it would be an adventure to say the least. We navigated our way to the Camperman office in Brisbane, which was conveniently located close to the airport where we needed to drop off our rental car. A friendly employee led us over to our new home where ...
... this trip however there is **** I can't do. Fray can be firm with cab drivers or hotel people. Fray looks after the tipping. Fray asks about stuff. We both loved walking around neighbourhoods wherever we were, just looking at houses and buildings, listening and talking to people. Neither of us wanted to go to museums or galleries - you can google that stuff. Also, we had a miracle on this trip! I have always suffered from terrible motion sickness but I ...
... and thoroughly enjoyed our dip in! We bbq'd some sausages for tea and chatted to another travelling older couple who lived on the Sunshine Coast but spent most of their time exploring Australia, what a way to spend your life! Later on, I was changing in the car into some warmer clothes when Joe knocked on the door, I was somewhat disgruntled but I could see he was looking at something. Keen to see if it was a koala or a kangaroo I got out. I looked up. ...
... a league of its own rather than surrounded by other bars. The combination of lumber jack shirts and techno music epitomised our Regatta bar experience. Do wear shoes and a shirt if you go here, as comfy as your flip-flops are they will be rejected.
Birdies bar, like Beetle Bar don't bother.
Down Under bar. Three little word that brought a lot of joy, great memories and quite disturbing photos. Tuesday night is ladies nights ...