Comfort Inn Hunts Liverpool
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... our version of paradise plus the hostel we was staying in was... debatable and the start of no air con rooms meaning no sleep in this heat! The beach was nice and we hired a bodyboard to catch some waves. We had our favourite dinner so far here! We found a little lake away from everything with a public BBQ and cooked up some burgers and ate as the sun set then played cards till the mozzies came out to get us! We was ready to go the next morning... On to Noosa, the Sunshine ...
... and I were sitting. One girl came by pouring out water from her water bottle. It was steaming as she walked by. Johnnie and I took turns standing in the shade as it was much cooler. We got lucky and were camped right by the public water station so we could refill our water bottles as needed. I had so much fun just watching people walk by. Everyone seemed to be speaking a different language. There was a couple beside us from England here for ...
*A few reflective thoughts on our journey:
We have driven through European Christendom, the Muslim World, the Buddhist World and we have driven through countries that are cradles of old civilisations – in particular Turkey, Iran and China. But ironically it is the youngest country in political terms , Australia, that is home to the most ancient of them all – the Aborigine culture.
I had trouble finding information about this fountain. I'm pretty sure it was built with the Darling Harbour upgrade and opened in 1988. Children love it because the water falls from an overhead structure and forms a wall of water challenging them to run in and out of the fountain while attempting to stay dry. It's close to a public toilet, perhaps that's why there's little mention of it online.
What I called it: Darling Harbour Water ...
... etc. Sir Francis Greenway was an English architect sentenced for forgery. The governor recognized his talents and pardoned him. Most of city's early buildings were designed by him. The Royal Botanical Gardens was a brief photo op site where we also saw another icon, Mrs. Macquarie's chair carved into the sandstone boulders along the coast. She was the wife of the early governor/sea captain and compared to Jane Austen for her writings. She ...