Comfort Inn Airport Admiralty
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... suitcases full! That job will begin in earnest in the week before I leave.
In the mean time, I still have another week at work, and I am still emailing off to schools in Taiwan trying to set up some interviews for my arrival. Going to try and send a pic from my phone to attach to this blog somehow.. it's something I need to figure out to make the blog more interesting once I am away. Wish me ...
We had an extremely interesting time in Madrid using the hop on hop off bud to visit many of cultural sites and places including the famous Prado, various museums, the 500 year old botanical gardens, a similar aged park as well as wandering the streets and visiting many of the busy Plaza's. we did find several Starbucks and managed to get 'real' coffee and rediscovered western culture as we know it - KFC, Hungry Jacks, Dunking Donuts, etc but, I ...
... you stop there to check it out (maybe on a weekend), but one day should be plenty. - Continued up the coast and stayed in Surfers Paradise for a day. Very refreshing after Cooly; it was good to be back in a place with signs of life and a bit of a city feel. Some cool sights, beaches, and buildings, but a day was enough for me to take it all in. - Carried on up to Logan for a few days where I stayed with a friend. If you're reading this, a million thanks again ...
... Pieterburg on Friday the 12th of September 2014 at 5:15pm and arriving in Brisbane on the Sunday the 14th of September 2014 at 5:10am.
The returning flight to Brisbane looks much more delightful because it leaves at night so it will be much easier to sleep throughout the flight. The stopover seems long but not as long as the flight to Pieterburg. The ...
... out. He mentioned that certain school groups that came through this area were quite confronted by the pain and loneliness the place resembled but were very interested in the history of the place non the less. It was an awesome experience. So much Australian history was carved into these walls and the cells. By the end of the tour I was exhausted and made my way back to where I ...