Blue Tongue Backpackers
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Tongue Backpackers Brisbane
The owner of Blue Tongue is a violent man with zero compassion. He allows the house to fall into unsanitary conditions and if you cross him, he will scream in your face and kick you out. Do not give this man your money.
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Hi all We are in Brisbane and have been for the past week, the weather has not been that good, mainly afternoon thunder storms, with lots of rain, thunder and lightening, after which it is very humid and hot. We are staying with Annie and Bill in their house, the van is out at their daughters. Peter has order some stronger solar panels for the van which have arrived and soon as we get a fine day he will put them on. Plus this ...
... ever want to hit up Byron on a long weekend, book accommodations in advance; I almost slept on a beach because there were no rooms available anywhere in town. Also on accommodations, if you care to hear which hostels I've stayed at and my opinions on them (Lydia), either use the comments section or message me!). And lastly, Beloporto - best burger I've had in my life. That alone was worth the trip to Byron. - Moved up to Gold Coast and stayed in Coolangatta for ...
... to board the plane. There were hundreds of people in this airport, from singles to huge families. I sat and waited for my flight to Bangkok, then Sydney then to Brisbane.
I boarded the plane and was seated on the left side of the plane and even got the window seat! When the plane took off, I was overlooking the small towns and farms. The flight from Chiang Mai to Bangkok was and hour and a half.
... and even though ...
We had a later start this morning, we were downstairs ready to check out around 10am. The hotel over the last couple of days has been excellent and everyone was really nice and helpful. We stored our bags in the luggage room and headed out. The short walk along Albert St. took us to Starbucks on the corner of the Queen Street Mall where we stopped and enjoyed breakfast, we sat outside in the beautiful sunshine watching the hundreds of people pass by! It ...