Palace Embassy Brisbane

Address: Corner Ann & Edward Streets, Brisbane, Queensland, QLD 4000, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Corner Ann & Edward Streets, Brisbane, is near City Hall, Tilt Train, Anzac Square, and Brunswick Street.
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Travel Blogs from Brisbane

Trip to India

A travel blog entry by harry.russell12 on Sep 12, 2014

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... enjoyable trip and the last thing that everyone should do is the Gandhi final steps memorialized it’s the path the of his finale steps of his life before his assassination, it was on the ground of his home where he was assassinated its hard not to be amazed by what he accomplished in his life. I took a taxi 32mins to the memorial, I arrive and first follow the foot steps of the great man, I then look around at the different ways ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by seanwhite123 on Sep 04, 2014

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I had a good sleep last night I'm up and getting ready for today now I’ve of to do a Japanese architecture course today. I have no idea about how they come up with the designs the class starts at 10 and it’s now 7:30 so I’ve got a bit of time. The place is only down the road like a ten to fifteen minute walk there. I’m up and dressed ready to go but first I might go get so food and make my way there early.

I’m on my way having ...

Starfish, Snorkeling and Dolphins

A travel blog entry by bizarreirishsta on Jul 12, 2014

1 comment, 98 photos

... we learned about the different dolphins that come in to feed. The island only has a permit to feed right specific dolphins. They send of a sound under the jetty about a half hour before feeding to let the dolphins know it is time. We learned about the dolphins and some of the characteristics they have; then walked to the jetty to see who we could find and what they were doing. Last night there were only two dolphins that came ...

Rocky, 1770, Fraser Island and the Sunshine Coast

A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on May 12, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... Fraser Island is the largest sand dune island in the world, and with a massively diverse terrain, including vast sand dunes, transitional rainforest, ‘perched lakes’ and un-swimmable sea (with huge crashing waves, jellyfish and… sharks!). Fraser Island is also the home to the purest and largest group of dingoes! The dingoes look pretty much like domestic dogs, but leaner – all advice is either not to approach them, ...

Goodbye Strawberry Sue, Hello Fiji!

A travel blog entry by georgechat on Apr 10, 2014

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... made me talk to the woman on the till, who gave me the refund and took the food off me! So I was still starving and had no time to get any food... Not good! Finally, I boarded the flight to Fiji! The flight was 4 hours long so I got to have a nice nap and catch up on some sleep! Arrived at Nadi airport at around 3pm and grabbed a taxi to the hostel that Lindsey and Tabs had spent the night at, Bamboo Backpackers! It was right on the ...