One Thornbury Boutique Bed And Breakfast
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... to rely on the
collection of nightsoil. Other than the CBD and the innermost suburbs, Brisbane was a city of "thunderboxes" (outhouses) or of septic tanks.
What finances could be garnered by the Council were poured into ...
... place to be. On a lovely morning we came into the river, and low
tide, just meters from the shore, it’s a tight fit…and huge and lovely Pelicans,
I had forgotten about the pelicans, they are special. All so tidy along the
river, further in the fuel tankers, and the rest of the shipping, the planes
landing at the Airport, in the early morning. Further in businesses, with
... about our drive. It was boring. We stopped briefly for drinks at McDonalds (told you it wouldn't be long) and we managed to arrive in Brisbane at around one o clock in the afternoon. Our drop off point was on the side of the city we entered, but we decided to drop off all our bags at the hostel beforehand. Once we'd dropped off our bags and stuff at the hostel we made our way back to the drop off point where a woman informed us that there was a ...
... of an ancient volcano that is now mostly gone, but at the time covered a huge area. The harder rock from the old plug of the volcano still exists as Mt. Warning, an 1156m peak in the middle of the rainforest.
Naturally, we went to hike to the top of Mt. Warning once it stopped raining! It was a fantastic trail through beautiful rainforest, well graded until the sharp summit where the last 100m of ...
... animal conservation.
The Crocoseum show. There’s not a bad seat in the place. They taught us some about croc behaviour, and fed this monster croc a couple chickens for lunch. Then they did a bird show. They’d trained one raptor to fly out into the audience and snatch a $10 bill out of a volunteer’s hand (two rows in front of us); then put it back. Entertaining.
Then Lesley got her picture taken with a koala. I think she liked it.