Bowen Terrace International Accommodation
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBowen Terrace International Accommodation Brisbane
It's a hundred years old so no sound insulation but otherwise very nice and comfortable. Great location, you will have to walk a bit but transport is near by and ferry close as well.
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... Police Station and that I could go with official ID and
a QP number to collect it. Yay!
I returned and helped the Macropod
section. Nora and I re-mulched the kookie enclosure and I did some
dishes and wombat food. Liana and Gemma were back from their escapade
across Europe. They both looked aglow with adventure. I could tell
they had a great time without them saying anything.
At one point I was in the Feed Shed and
made a funny “Mmmmm” noise ...
... devil eat
her meat and veggies (it was a fast day with veggies, which is not
too thrilling for a devil). She hobbled around with a semi-bald tail
and paws, her back kinked like a hunchback. You could tell she was
old, old, old. I heard that the two remaining devils are both
geriatrics. The third was put down the week before I arrived.
I took some
pictures, then biked to Kenmore and walked around side streets before
... view and the sun was setting just as we got there. We took the necessary photos and selfies before we headed down. Just before we left we then found the hay bale stack. We climbed on the top and did a bit of a photoshoot whilst we were up there. Somehow we had timed it perfectly as the sun and sky behind was amazing so we out our photography skills together and it took about 20 tries but we got a jumping silhouette pic of us which I already know is going to be on my uni ...
... so it didn't get too busy. And 2 - pretty much everything was electronic. For example all the passport checks and things you go up to a little kiosk and scan your passport and it gives you a little ticket thing. You then proceed to a camera box, put the ticket in, stare at the camera and it hopefully lets you through and even I got through so it must be good. Normally I'm either too short for the cameras or carrying some sort of weaponry ;) ...
... did as he said, I had the free breakfast at the hostel then decided to walk into town, but I didn't realise how far it was and it was really hot so I ended up getting a cab, when I got to the town I realised it was a Sunday and everything was closed pretty much apart from a few shops, I got a SIM card and went into a shop and brought some shorts, flip flops and some sun cream, I was soo ...