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... into the spirit of things tonight with a nice bottle of French Champers.
Tomorrow we depart later in the day, first stop will be Dubai,then on to France. nearly 23 hours travel but so worth it.
Cannot wait to see the family on Thursday.
... get some food for dinner) then back along Warwick Road towards the showground. Ipswich certainly wasn't one of the prettiest places we have been to in Australia but it certainly had some character. We helped stock up the fridges in the trailer when we got back to the showground around 3:30 in the afternoon, we chilled out for a bit afterwards and had a nosey around all the other show stalls and the fairground. We popped out for a walk about 5ish, going nowhere ...
In this part of our trip we kept travelling with my parents with whom we planned to visit 4 countries together, plus they went to Hong Kong after our separation.
We found a "cheap" ticket for them to fly to Hong Kong (USD 1510 per person) with two layovers in Atlanta and Tokyo. A little bit too much, right? The thing was that a direct flight to either Auckland or Sydney was USD 2 700. From Hong Kong we bought flights using low cost airlines like Scoot, Air Asia and ...
... all the fresh air, sunshine and walking we were exhausted! When we returned home, I had a glass of wine and the whole family gathered together and we had a good natter. Sophie and her boyfriend Billy had been out fishing and were excited as they had caught a rather large Bream. I was sad and very sorry to say goodbye to them. They are such a lovely family and tomorrow it would just be myself and Simon before he takes me to the airport, for the very last leg of my trip and my ...
The boat captain played guide, telling us about Brisbane and the history of the river, during the nearly 2-hour ride to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. The origins of Brisbane date back to 1823 when the area was "discovered" by Surveyor General John Oxley. He was searching for a place to establish a penal settlement in order to reduce the number of prisoners in Sydney. Like most places discovered by Europeans, aborigines were already living there. In this case, there were also ...
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