Comfort Inn Airport Admiralty
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... proof, I stood up easier, stayed on the board longer, and fell less dramatically. I still hope I'll find the time to go surfing again.
- climbing the Story Bridge. The Story Bridge is the largest bridge across the Brisbane River. It was a really cool 'climb.' (Climb is a very loose word here; there were just lots of stairs.) The climb started around 4:45 and finished after dark, which meant seeing the ...
... mountains. There were stock grids across the road
(horizontal bars that keep cows/sheep, etc. on one side of an area
because when they look down through the bars they think they will
fall through and quickly retreat back to safety) and the car made an
incredibly loud noise crossing each one. When approaching the first
one, I had no idea and ended up breaking abruptly when confronted
with several large cattle right on the shoulder of the road. Okay,
now we are ...
What an early start again. As Vic slept the majority of yesterday afternoon, naturally she woke up at the crack of dawn. It was so sunny outside it seamed stupid not to take advantage of it. We all got out of bed, with a little hesitance from Harry, and made our way to the beach. We were the first on the beach but it had its advantages, as we managed to catch the whales having their ...
... tell you unabashedly. We cleaned up the emu poo around the
feeders and walkway into the roo reserve, then split up. Nora went to
clean around the other roo shelters while I went with Liana to the
quarantine and separate enclosures. I cleaned up in Stevie, Medusa,
Lucy, and Spring's pen. Spring is the name of the grey kangaroo who
based her head in. We saw her last Tuesday with a bit of pus coming
out a wound. They checked her out Wednesday and had to do surgery to
... 8217;ve built buildings on it and the fact that there is a rainforest covering 95% of its surface. We were both desperate for a shower, and the reception at the Kingfisher Resort made us wait for one – we had to wait about 5 hours for our room to be ready, and even when we got into our rooms, our luggage was not waiting for us as was promised. Anyway, in the end we got our showers and into some fresh clothes. It was beautiful. Our tour of the island didn’t actually ...