City Park Apartments
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... students, union workers, police
and the then-Queensland government. Partly from this context, innovative
Brisbane music groups emerged (notably Punk groups) that added to the
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... otters and again pretty interesting. One thing that Manu and I had been looking at doing was to take a picture with some kind of animal. We had read you could do things like tigers or kangaroos or koalas or snakes etc. In the end I think we chose the best option and probably the most aussie, yep you've guessed it, KOALAS!! There wasn't even a queue as well. We legit just walked up to the front of the line, paid your $20 and then we took it in turns to ...
The last two days I’ve been trying to recuperate from a cold that I caught while in Cairns. While in Cairns I just soldiered on in spite of feeling miserable. Since we’ve been back here in Brisbane I’ve been able to just lay around and rest. I slept most of yesterday, but today I’ve felt good enough to get out of the house.
The highlight of the day was a drive down to the local ...
The airplane pushed away from the terminal, then pushed back to the terminal, what now? It seemed that one of the passengers on board wasn’t properly ticketed, what ever that means. Time passed as we waited to resume our departure. Finally, an hour and a half late, we departed for Brisbane.
Once in the airier flight was uneventful and short. In Brisbane we again got through the airport quickly and ...
... 8217;.), and $50B in shipping through the most modern container port in the world. It’s computer controlled and can be run by 2 people.
One story we heard I’m going to have to look up when we get back to cheap wifi; about the glass mountains (or Glasshouse Mountains). It’s an old native tale how the mountains were created after a father broke his son’s neck (by accident).
We continue to sail past endless islands and (low) ...