Comfort Inn and Suites Northgate Airport
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... the city skyline. I wish I had pictures of the climb, but we weren't allowed to take anything onto the bridge. A metal detector and breathalyzer made sure that we were following all the instructions.
- checking out the Brisbane Markets. Good thing I couldn't get to this place earlier (car accessible only). I went with one of my Belgian friends to the market and was so impressed with the size of the place. It was ...
... the suburbs anymore!
Climbing further, we were keenly aware
of the cliffs on either side of the road. It varied from being two
lane or single lane. We weaved and climbed and repeated that for what
seemed like hours. At one point, the road split and one lane was
forced to enter a blind corner walled in with boulders. We all
immediately remarked it would me the perfect place for a horror movie
ambush. I crept through the rocks and then continued the climb. ...
... which was pretty cool. We soon decided it was too windy at the beach and moved back to the pool at the hostel. Being the typical Brits we are, we all got burnt. Anyone would think we've never seen sunshine before. Oh wait, we haven't. Our drive down to Brisbane was pretty cool. We hit a massive storm and I was definitely glad it wasn't my shift to drive. We arrived at the base ...
... bones out of her head. She is back recovering now, but
seems very sprightly. I cleaned their shelter, collected poo, and
pulled leaves out of the roof caging for a while. It rained heavily
for a brief moment, then the sun came out for the rest of the day. It
was warmer today (15C in the morning versus 7C), but blustery as
I had a emu bonding moment that
morning. When Nora and I were waiting for Liana, one of the emus came
over. I know there are two ...
... the next day, so we just spent that afternoon lying in the shade by the complex’s pool and making the most of the free buffet dinner at the Dingo Bar (which we were really impressed with to begin with, but then realised that most of the food was re-heated and re-served each night). I was absolutely starving and was starting to feel a bit better, but after clearing about half of my plate, I knew I had made a mistake and had to run back to the dorm. It was surprisingly quiet ...