Bonapartes Serviced Apartments
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... on display because of lack
of space, I believe. A raised square room is the home of the
enrichment toys, food preparation, and paperwork. I got some peeks at
a few of the birds. The area was very clean and very well-kept.
I loaded up and then helped Taniya dump
the wheelbarrow. Then, it was morning tea time. In that break I
called policeman Dan and gave him my story and personal information
about the lost wallet. He told me he would send the money ...
... 8220;hiii!” to us. They kept making jokes like
we were exciting zoo animals for a good two minutes non-stop. I was
actually offended, but maybe that is just because I hate it when
people take cracks at my intelligence. Daniel was totally cool with
it and didn't think it was rude at all. The women continued to the
next cage and the encounter ended.
Right after we got
off work, I went and saw the decrepit and ...
... So, we ordered a selection of
nibblies to satisfy all out needs. I got the chick pea and broad bean
falafel wrap, which was warm and juicy. Matt ordered the Grand Bazaar
lamb burger and Kat ate the spicy crispy chicken wings with quinoa
puffs. We all shared a charcuterie board (hummus, pesto, bread,
cheeses, chewy muscatel grapes, olives, meats, and grilled veggies.
We also ordered the mushroom and truffle arancini balls. It was all
... and a t-shirt which read “**** everything and become a pirate”. Once we were out of the marina, we all helped pull up the sail (which wasn’t just a gimmick, it was really hard work and the rope burnt my hands) to take advantage of the favourable winds (I give the impression I know what I’m talking about by using the term 'favourable winds’, but I don’t know what I’m talking about) and we were off towards our first stop. We sailed for over 3 ...
Left the Gold Coast nice and early to head for Brisbane.
As usual we followed the tourist drives rather than follow the highway up to Brisbane, arriving at Bowen Terrace at 11:30am. Via the mighty Gabba! Unfortunately it was closed though.
The space for the van around the back was very tight but it was not a bad spot for the final night with my Dad accompanying me.
We set off ...