Explorers Inn Hotel
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Went down after breakfast to Queen St., walking along I saw a bird (Ibis) pointed it out to Rob by which time the bird had disappeared the other side of the seating area and which ever way we walked it was never to be seen again, Rob was then worried I hadn't taken all my tablets, knew it wasn't any other reason as we hadn't found a bottle shop last night.
Got the free ferry down the river and got off at maritime museum, didn't ...
... felt really odd to scoop up a
handful of squirming crickets. They stuck to you like little pieces
of Velcro with antennae. Despite that, it was really easy to flick
them off one at a time to count the diet portions. The cute
shinglebacks, too slow, had to be tong-fed or have the crickets
squished on a rock for them.
Lunch was filled with me adding Daniel
to the camping site and Binna Burra transfer. I was ...
... happy to watch various creatures
for large chunks of time. It was a GLORIOUS afternoon, too. There was
bright, lazy sun streaming through swaying leaves and branches. The
wind was a perfect touch, keeping the atmosphere fresh and fluid.
We watched the mothers and their joeys
for a while. One mum was sleeping with her nearly bald joey poking
out of her pouch. I was delighted to finally see a koala pouch. It
was bizarre to see her pot belly bulge and wiggle with ...
... because we didn't have much left in the tank. A walk across the river to the south bank, a pub ( of course ) and dinner at a Spanish style restaurant. Peter's daughter Anna and her partner Lexi joined us and were kind enough to order the appropriate dishes and entertain us by singing the American and Australian national anthems. I am writing this in the Brisbane airport waiting to board a flight to Sydney, then Dallas, then Chicago. ...
So waking up the next morning, with nothing packed due to last nights spontaneous binge we had a few hours to get it looking ship shape for the next lucky owners. Deciding to do it after we woke up, we thought we’d stay at the beach so we had a nice view whilst packing. This was a bad idea. We opened the van door and started throwing everything outside, which is apparently an invitation to around a thousand mosquitos to let themselves in. Trying to clean ...