Valley Verandas Friendly Backpackers

26 Kennigo St., Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 26 Kennigo St., Brisbane, is near Wheel of Brisbane, Chinatown, Customs House, and Victoria Barracks Museum.
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    Day 4 - Ekasup Village

    A travel blog entry by chris.cooper on Jul 20, 2014

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    Day 4 EKASUP village:
    On day four a am going to go to the EKASUP cultural village in a port Vila. the EKASUP tour bus picks me up from my accommodation to make the 9:00am start for the tour. the tour that i am going on costs around vt3825pp or $43.48 Australian. there is a short 5 minute walk through the tropical forest ...

    Vietnamese immersion.

    A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... have been used to in Vietnam. We were pleased that we did not eat outside though as it really got quite cold as the evening drew in.

    What a thrill it was to get to know the children even a little and to see how well both families have done. They support each other a lot of course.

    We came home laden with bread from the bakery, eggs from David's free range hens, fruit from the market and a hearts full of admiration.

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    Family Friends and more Koala Bears.

    A travel blog entry by luigisadventure on Jun 28, 2014

    ... around the city. Surfers Paradise was very much tourist central on the East Coast. It felt like the Ibiza of Australia. Highrisers rose above our heads and all manner of clubs and pubs lined the streets, along with bowling alleys and cinemas. It was a typical tourist destination and the residential areas were full of expensive looking holiday homes. One of the roads was actually called Millionares Street due to; you’ve guessed it, the amount of millionaires who live have ...

    The end of the adventure

    A travel blog entry by thetraceys on May 11, 2014

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    ... off. The bed was so comfy! Adam eventually fell asleep at about 3.30, but I floated in that funny half sleep until about 7.30am when I heard the cat banging on the laundry door. I went down and let her in, and woke Alex in the nicest way possible for her by putting the cat on her bed. Kira hadn't come in last night so Alex was a bit sad about not seeing her as soon as we got home. I got straight to work, doing loads of washing ...

    Australia - Brisbane

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 20, 2014

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    ... was now a super multi-functional woman with a lovely family. She got married to Jamie, a really kind big fellow, and had two lovely kids with him, Riley ad Casey, who are twins aged 11 years. She has a really big house with 4 bedrooms, BBQ area, swimming pool and even a tennis court!

    Since we arrived late (it was around 22.00 on a school day) everybody was already sleeping. We decided to have something to eat and we even opened a bottle of wine to celebrate our ...