Toowong Inn & Suites

Address: 24 Lissner St, Brisbane, Queensland, 4066, Australia | Hotel
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    Moving on Out

    A travel blog entry by emileeh on Nov 03, 2015

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    I know it's been a while since I've written, but things have calmed down a little bit around here. I managed to arrive back at a normal routine - attending trivia nights, running regularly, thinking about doing school work, etc. Besides finally getting over a killer cold (it's flu season here...), highlights from the last three weeks include:

    - another surfing lesson. Although there is ...

    16 October, 2015 (Into the Mountains)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Oct 16, 2015

    ... the electronic music up, with
    other genres occasionally thrown in, to stay peppy and fresh for
    driving. We had over 1.5 hours left. We backtracked through Jimboomba
    and Canungra before entering the Lamington National Park Road. Jazmyn
    was my navigator in the front as the others started out the window in
    the back. We saw one large grey kangaroo bounce across the road, but
    otherwise it was a lonely road.

    Things got interesting when we started
    to ...

    3 September, 2015 (Bird Play)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Sep 03, 2015

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    ... br>
    Funnily enough, when I ran back, Nora
    handed me my things. She said Andrew (a keeper who looks suspiciously
    like Andy Sandberg) had picked them up and brought them right after I
    exited. Bad timing, but thanks Drew!
    I was in macropods with Nora and we
    killed it! Both of us knew what to do, so it was an easy day. We
    chatted a lot and I got a better sense of her stark humour and views
    on life and other people. She knows what she likes and does not like

    Island Hopping

    A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Aug 22, 2015

    ... up by a mini-bus to be taken to the ferry terminal (where we randomly met up with a couple from Manchester that had been with us on the Atherton Tablelands and Daintree Rainforest tours back in Cairns the week before). The ferry took about 45 minutes to get across to the island, which is about 120kms long and 50 kms wide and was formed when a peninsula was cut off from the mainland a few thousand years ago. It’s the world’s largest sand island, which is incredible seeming ...

    The calm before the, calm

    A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Aug 16, 2015

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    ... us to the domestic instead of international airport. No worries we said, we have time to spare.

    The first chink in the aura of calm came with the announcement that the flight was delayed by an hour due to a technical issue. That was ok as far as getting us to New York because we would be on the same plane from Los Angeles, but it might affect us getting to Iceland from JFK.

    We were in the air just on an hour late. Fingers crossed they can make the time up.