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... s Market. It had several fruit and vegetable vendors, two candy stalls, a few nut shops, and a spice stall. In another section of the market were the vendors selling clothing, toys, shoes, hats, purses, and various other items. There was a fish section but we never found anyone selling fresh meat. It was interesting but not nearly the size of the market in Melbourne.
An interesting event occurred very near our hotel this evening. There was ...
... which was really fun! They also have volley ball there and it is just a really nice small island to be on. As the day goes on the cards come out and the games begin again, it got pretty heavy and I went to go to toilet and fell down some steps and cut my leg pretty bad! By the time the morning comes around everyone is feeling pretty rough and we get the boat back to the mainland. The trip was really good fun and met some funny people! The next day was our last day in ...
... which I would never do otherwise. Well last 2 days and it's all over. Turns out tonight is the gay pride parade so i feel bad about taking my rage out on the festival hotel sell outs. I will likely go with someone I met in cairns who is also a loner! It is raining. But I don't mind because I've had enough heat and sweat. But I don't think I'm going to manly anymore then. I uploaded a few older entires I wrote on my phone (great ocean road etc) so check back a few ...
... hay and grain markets to Campbell Street in the area now known as, Haymarket. A "fringe" market had been set up to serve the traders & some moved to the new markets in order to keep the business that they had built up over the years. The origin of the name is unknown, but is believed to have come from Liverpool. St Patrick's Bizarre in Banastre Street was Liverpool's original Paddy's Market. In the 1870s, a similar operation had been set up which was known as ...
So it all started at 3:15am this morning when my alarm went off. Jumping out of my bed faster than I have ever gotten out of bed before, I hopped into the shower to wash and condition my hair to look all fresh and clean for my 13 day New York holiday. After saying a quick goodbye to Balthy and Buffy (who I will genuinely miss whilst I'm away), we drove to Mum and Dads house in Rae's car to drop my luggage off. The time is now 4:30am Sydney time. We continued on to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Budget Campbelltown
This was simply a bed for the night on a road trip from Brisbane to Melbourne. It worked perfectly. Comfortable beds, good price. Easy access. Food nearby and McDonalds right next door for a morning cuppa to get you back on he road.
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