Bonapartes Serviced Apartments
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... homemade pumpkin soup, enormous king prawns served with an avocado and mango salad and followed by a fresh fruit pavlova. With our tummies full to the brim we enjoyed a merry evening singing along to Michael Bublè in the company of family. We had also attempted to hire a car today but our plans were thwarted upon arrival at Europcar when the sales assistant announced that the price was nearly $600 for 4 days!! We made a swift decision to ditch the extortionately priced ...
... and Mandy Jenning's home for snacks that turned out to be even more than a meal. We sat around a big table on their patio and held lively discussion. The guests were the Bradfords, Kubiks and Ruth Root.
Then the one hour drive back to Brisbane (the meetings were in the Gold Coast) and almost immediately to retire. We were completely tired out, but Bev and I still talked between ourselves how wonderful the day had been and what fond memories it has created. ...
... was a bit of a problem as I had a taxi booked for 5:15am to take me back to the airport for my 7am flight to Brisbane, that Etihad had rebooked me on. I suppose it could have been worse, some people were booked on the 6am flight!
Had enough time in the hotel to have a shower and about two and a half hours sleep, then it was back to the airport for the next (and final) flight. No issues with this one, other than the fact that they'd booked me in ...
Well here I am again at a major transport hub in Australia, free WiFi signs abound and not a hope of a connection. Ask the barman? No, he's already placating a fellow traveller over whether her device is broken! "It's always worked everywhere else" we hear her lament. Maybe when we leave the bar it will pick up a signal. Wow, the iPad asks, 'do you accept the terms and conditions"? Yes, yes, my word yes! Nothing. No, we'll obviously have to wait ...
... my luggage in the domestic transfer leaving my carryon with Mark. I walked up to the desk and told her my flight, I also mentioned that I need to purchase another bag. She weighed my bags and then printed off two tags and sent them through. It was at this point I realised Mark had my carryon bag with my wallet in it. She said not to worry about it and that it was all good (I just got my second bag on the flight for free). I thanked her and walked back to Mark.
We had a four ...