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... to the pier. It was an easy 10-minute walk, even with the luggage. Boy it was quite hot!
Boarding the ship was very smooth! The checkin was painless, nicely done. We had the welcome buffet on the 12th floor and our room was ready by 1pm. Oh our room was very nice and we liked it very much! Better than the Regent! Quite spacious, with 2 sitting areas, an ample walk-in closet, bath and shower, even a laptop! We’re very pleased! I think we ...
... in the wrong place – bed, sofa, tables, chairs. Even the kitchenette bench tops, or possibly it was the small granite splashback, were in the wrong places. The rain shower head fell off, the shower ‘doors’ were only a ‘door’ because the shower itself was very obviously too narrow for two of the doors, but best of all was the new view. From an open plot of land and a miniature Eiffel Tower we’d been upgraded to the local ...
... which was handy as it meant we could spend the whole day with Paul and Tania, sightseeing. But first we had to make a trip to the local post office – it is now pretty much a tradition whenever we go to Brisbane - that and shopping at Coles Supermarket in Eight Mile Plains. This time we had a box of belongings weighing about 11kg, things that we would need in Peru, like Colin’s English teaching text books (essential but very heavy), proper shoes, ...
... dinner. It was busy but we both had a gerat steak for dinner. We were amused at the large glass kegs of beer that were placed on tables and Fletcher managed to get a poto of one with a group of locals enjoying themselves. Tomorrow will be another quiet day while we pack and get ready for our 4am start on Wednesday/Thursday morning. Our travel time in total is likely to be about 20 hours as we are scheduled to arrive in Adelaide at 9-45pm on Thursday night.
... Sharks swimming around the boat, fish
of all colours and sizes, moray eels (I saw the biggest one of these ever! It
terrified me!) and a whole manner of other creatures I wouldn’t even want to
hazard a guess at what they were.
Seeing these places has been incredible. I can imagine that
only a few people would ever have the means and the money to get to places like
this, they are so remote and so ...