Hillcrest Central Apartment Hotel
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... in Brisbane two months ago. It is open-air and
full of dairy-themed accents such as udder and milk bottle lights.
David and Olyl were already seated outside. We discovered no one else
was coming, so we set to looking at the menu. Ohhh, it's a good one.
Even though I am not one for desserts, there were some good looking
I ordered a banana brekkie split with
granola, strawberries, bananas, ...
... br> food for the lizards. We then got to go into Reptile House #2 and
clean the non-threatening lizards. I couldn't resist a pat or two
when it was clear they were no threat to my fingers. There were
blue-tongued skinks, a shingleback, what I think were forest lizards,
and a little gecko that we cleaned. In between the cleaning noises
(freshen water, pick out nitric acid and poo bits, and scuff up the
mulch), there was the incessant chirping of the live ...
... on Tuesday. We had a long drive from Murphys Creek to Port Macquarie and the two kids travelled beautifully with a little help from the video that was thus christened in our machine that came with the car.
It was super to catch up, albeit briefly, with Lib and Tom and Di in Port Macquarie before we headed home on Thursday 24 September: exactly four months after we had set off
... we were taught how to specifically make Chicky's food. Because
her diet varies seasonally, Sandy feeds her by weight. We divided the
fruit up to chop and then sprinkled insectivore mix, calcium, and
minerals on top. She gets a different meat every day. Today was
pilchards (a type of small fish in the herring family). The mistake
we made was by thinking that the 1.4kg that Chicky gets every day was
NOT including the bucket, but it was. Sandy ...
... the departure lounge. I am catching a Jetstar flight as I am travelling within Australia so I do not require a passport or visa. I have checked the Smart Traveller website and there are no concerns. However when swimming in North Queensland waters I have to be aware of the dangers of deadly jellyfish and adhere to the warnings for that area.
It’s 10:30am now and I sit down for ...