Aabon Apartments & Motel
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... It was a big surprise when another workmate, who lives in Brisbane as well, arrived having been invited by Richard.We had dinner with Andy & Sharon on top of Mount Coot-Tah (sp) on the NW side of town, with great 360 degree views. Watched the lights come on in ...
... of Central Park in NYC. A beautiful area looking out over the Brisbane river, where you can only hear the sound of your own thoughts. I come here and spend at least 2 hours everyday, just reading my book & relaxing with a perfect view over the river and Storey Bridge...in fact it's where I'm writing this blog from right now! Anyway, to the proper stuff! I arrived around 1pm last Wednesday (14th), and after checking in to my hostel (which has a brilliant ...
... box where you paid $5 to stop for the night. It looked lovely, beside a nice river and we soon had the caravan in a nice shady spot. Then the dogs across the river started barking, and barking, and barking. We had read a comment on wikicamps that said their stay had been spoilt by the dogs barking all night, but were hoping that it was an exception as no-one else had mentioned it. So we left!
We ended up at Gunnedah at a lovely ...
... lazy river with adjoining beach. Wary of the pain from my burns, I kept my t-shirt firmly on and went for a paddle with James and Ollie. Ollie also gained quite a following by whipping out his Go-Pro Drone. I had heard all about these things but didn't actually know what they were! Basically it is like a little remote controlled hover thing with the Go-Pro attached. Goggles mean you can see what the drone sees as it flies to up 1000m high. Nuts. I thought it was just ...
... ferries up and down the Brisbane River. Again, it was great for us as Graham only needed to sit and not get tired, but we saw so much! And it was really cheap! Some of the ferries are free, others operate under the bus system - multiple trips in a 2 hour period. So we got our money's worth.
Also gave me a chance to check out where I'll need to catch the airport train on Thursday.
Overall, we have been really surprised with how ...