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... system from the Brisbane Tramways Trust to the Brisbane City Council.
... down the river to a place called Southbank which is a really nice area of Brisbane. Because there is no beach in Brisbane they had built a huge pool with sand around it which was quite cool. Also in Southbank they were growing fresh herbs, plants and fruits which was different for a big city. We crossed the bridge to head towards the city and had a walk through the botanical gardens. We then went into the city to look around the shops. We also went to see the ...
... time to catch our 3.30pm flight. Yes I can hear everyone laughing about this but one must realise that our schedule was correct , just no-one else stuck to it.
... those swing gates and had fallen head first down a pretty long set of corrugated metal stairs! How she didn't come out with something broken I don't know but she survived somehow. The guards kept shining a light in her eyes to see if she was concussed or anything else but she seemed alright and said she just felt a little dizzy which was understandable. One thing we hadn't realised was when she fell down the stairs she dropped her phone but she didn't have it now. Obviously ...
... were in the New Town area of Brisbane which was in walking distance of a lot of shops and restaurants. Before we arrived, we stopped in a wildlife sanctuary in Currumbin and got to see a lot of the local critters that live in Australia. We saw a lot, including Kangaroos, a Tasmania Devil, an Echidna, a wombat, and lots more.
Deanne's cousin from Iowa is living in Brisbane for 2 years with his family. He ...