Central Brunswick Apartment Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Thursday 29 October...
We woke to a grey sky, got up, showered and headed off to Brisbane.
We spent the morning in Brisbane and had some lunch but whether it was the weather we don't know but we really weren't massively impressed. It was basically like being in a business centre (which I guess it is) and as the weather was rubbish we didn't fancy a walk around the river paths or tourist attractions so we ...
... are doing the same, but in weather that is about 15 degrees colder.
Ha! We had a late lunch at 13.15. Sooo hungry!
After munching, we fed the animals out.
Yu left to catch her bus and I fed the bats with Beckles.As soon as I got off, I biked to Roma
Street Station and locked my bike in the safe Telstra parking lot
rack. I then walked to Albert Street and Budget to pick up our wheels
for the weekend. I was really, really, excited to drive again! There
... scarlet-lipstick-wearing Aussie who has been here for 8 months for
one day a week, Dylan, Daniel, Jazmyn, Nora, and myself.
I was in a much better mood from
yesterday, so was social with everyone.
We went down to Gemma and cleaned the
guinea pig houses, did the chicken food and waters, and cleaned
dishes. Oink the 150kg sow who looks like a wild boar was out and
about, snuffling for ...
... my decided end
point: Breakfast Creek. This was a pseudo marker of the start of less
interesting terrain. I spun my little bike around and peddled back.
In my travels today, I saw four weddings taking place. It was quite
fun, since they were all right on the bike path. I paused for one
where the bride and her father walked in off the boardwalk behind a
bagpiper. The father was wearing a full kilt. Another wedding was
Western traditional, ...
... which had taken a hundred years to grow. In between snorkelling, we got an afternoon on Whitehaven Beach. Getting to the beach itself involved a short walk across one of the islands where you can see the beach from above. It was just beautiful – so many shades of blue against the pure white sand. The beach is moving all the time due to the different currents of the sea and the winds, so how we saw it that day will never be seen by anyone else. If you Google search a picture of ...