Alexandra Serviced Apartments
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I couldn't believe how quickly time passed. This morning it was time to check out of the hotel! After all my luggage was lined up at my door, I doubled checked the hotel room to see if I had all of my possessions, and made sure my passport was in bag. I felt excited to head home but sure I'd have withdrawals because I'd miss the luxury of the hotel and the fascinating places I visited ...
... Pacific there and back. This would be an awesome flight for a school group because from the reviews are the service is great and they really pride themselves on customer service, Plus the prices are very cheap compared to other airlines.
I'm so excited to get on the plane and get over to China. I still cant believe I have been given such a great opportunity. ...
... along the river, which we'd been meaning to do all week. The food was amazing, with a selection of various international dishes, followed by a delicious cake for dessert. Whilst we floated along the river, a cute little man told us facts about Brisbane in between singing and playing the accordion. It was absolutely brilliant, and to top it off there was a group of teenage kids who were asked to each choose someone from the guests to get up and dance. Of course, I would be one of ...
... far as Miles today. Stopped at a free camp just south of Miles. We saw lots of road trains today - more than we have seen for ages. Stopped for lunch in Dalby and Ray bought a new pair of sunglasses as his broke on the way. The free camp for the night is a lovely spot called Gil Weir on Dogwood Creek. Very picturesque. We had a great camp fire and met some of our neighbours free camping in the same spot, a couple from Victoria and a young couple from ...
... reading, getting back to my art, or just
At some stage of Hans’ travels I will be joining him
somewhere ( ? ) in Russia, China or Asia. Time will tell, it will be a
It is all very exciting and liberating for us.
We are very happy, but also sad to say goodbye to so many
lovely people we met at the bakery during those years. I ...