Yellow Submarine Backpackers

Address: 66 Quay St, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000 , Australia | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 66 Quay St, Brisbane, is near Brisbane Powerhouse, Customs House, Eagle Farm Racecourse, and Victoria Barracks Museum.
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      Roadtrip: Tag 1 Brisbane

      A travel blog entry by ole_s on Sep 20, 2014

      14 photos

      Jamal und ich haben unseren Roadtrip am Samstag gestartet. Wir sind zum Flughafen gefahren worden und haben dort nach knapp 4 Stunden Wartezeit (wir waren zu früh, dafür wurden wir gefahren) einen Billigflieger nach Brisbane genommen. Während des zwei stündigen Fluges habe ich mal wieder nur geschlafen, auch wenn uns um herum 4 nervige schreiende …

      Biker chick in Brisbane

      A travel blog entry by mimb25 on May 25, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... around but **** happens. Tony was just like a dad to me in just a short period of time and wanted to teach me things and show me stuff so thanks tony your a father I never had. I have never really envied anyone in life but i do envy Tonys lovely children Jason and Kim as they have such a great dad in tony. It's just as well I had a great mother growing up that made me what I am today so thanks mum. It's crazy my outlook completely changed too when I was ...

      South Africa... That's what I think!

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Apr 18, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... that typical high pitched sound you often hear in Africa. To make this story complete, our interaction with the people of Lesotho were less friendly. They seemed annoyed by our presence for some reason, no matter where we went. Not much in the way of friendly faces other than the border guards at both ends of the country. Perhaps they have a valid reason for that.

      Anyway that is what I found and what I think of South Africa.

      South Africa…definitely worth a ...

      Normandy, Paris, London and on our way home

      A travel blog entry by robyn4215 on Sep 07, 2013

      ... helpful in helping us get to our destination that night.... Even calling ahead and booking us on subsequent trains and buses for the fastest route...... We sent an email to thank him and the company. He had apparently worked on the same job for 25 years, and he loved his work, and it showed! - the last conductor that met was a lovely French chap, named Max, who lived in the north of France in Caen. He told us how he ...