Chasely Apartments Brisbane
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... for a while, had some lunch and headed off.
We put in a few more miles and got up to Beerwah.......we arrived and headed over to the local pub where we enjoyed a couple of drinks, had a game of pool and tried our luck (which wasn't in) on the gambling machines!
After the pub we headed back to the site which now contained a few more campers, had dinner and tonight we go to sleep super excited for tomorrow!! ...
... than zipping around with the windows down and some
fantastic music playing. I missed it!
Right outside Budget, Daniel called and
simultaneously a private number called. I got confused and Daniel's
call ended up dropping because of a bad Whats App connection. But, a
woman named Karen was on my phone line. She had sent me a text about
my missing money and said she had found some and handed it in to
officer Dan at the Bellbowrie Police Station! Oh my god! ...
... Gemma, nervous that she would
harass and bite us, led her away and fed her. We then raked up a
small side paddock so that grass could grow.
At 10.00, Dylan and I did the Barn
Encounter with 12 of the 4-day-old chicks and Luigi, Mario, and Boo
the guinea pigs. I LOVE those rodents! They are so squishy and
relaxed! I held Luigi in one hand easily, all his little splayed feet
being supported, ...
... bride and groom were of Asian descent.
The other two were normal Western weddings. Later, I saw one of the
newlywed pairs ride out of the Botanic Gardens in a carriage driven
by two sopping-wet and shiny black horses. It was a bit of a drab day
for weddings, unfortunately.
My the time I reached the CBD, it was
coming down. I was soaked through, so stopped to get a plastic bag
for my wallet, phone, etc. from a convenience store. ...
... you will see why it is the second most beautiful beach in the world (something the crew were very bitter about – it lost its top spot to some private beach in the Caribbean a few years ago, apparently). Sammie, who was leading us on the walk, decided to stick his hand in a big ants’ nest and then said we should take one from his hand and lick its bum. I had heard about this from someone else back in Cairns, so was keen to try. The ants (green ants) bite, but they do not ...