Astor Apartments Brisbane
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... Mike tried Mexican-flavored Doritos. We met our friend Josh (also, an Australian former WashU student) at a bar really close to my place. Nathan joined shortly after. Turns out, we crashed a bachelor party. Great end to day two.
Day three was mostly spent actually settling in and resting. I went to K-Mart and bought some essentials. I also just wandered around the supermarket for a ...
... River in 1864, 1893, 1897, 1974, 2011 and 2013. A
comprehensive flood mitigation scheme was instituted for the Brisbane
River catchment area in the aftermath of the 1974 flood. Since then the
... logos for camp, and I officially finished my nursing application, yeehah.
After a couple hours of productiveness, we decided to go eat dinner down by the water. We found a casual restaurant that seemed to be popular; it was definitely a good last dinner in Australia.
Going to bed now and super excited for our departure ...
... breeze. Back to the flat for an afternoon rest and await the arrival of my family! Nick took a wrong turn on the way and got stuck in traffic but made it with 2 happy safe children! So great to see them, they've had a great trip and got some sleep on the way. So here we are! Kids had a nice reunion and Ziggy and Cooper get on really well. Pizza for dinner and kids fell asleep on our ...
... through their cage and pet them if they approached you, or depending on the animal you could approach and pet. Even cages you couldn't walk through, the zoo keepers offered to bring you into them to pet the animals and see them up close (for harmless animals, like the giant turtles). It was a very, very cool zoo and it was very cool to be able to go to the Steve Irwin Zoo.
But this trip also made me realise a second thing, the more ...