Metro Hotel Ipswich International
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I think seeing the world is so important. I have the travel bug and there are so any places I want to go, so many cultures I want to learn about and so many beautiful things in this world I need to see. I've decided I want to continue searching for a career outside of stage managing for now, perhaps staying in the event planning, corporate show world but also I've decided I am going to go to massage therapy school. It's something I've thought a lot about and gone ...
... city that has been turned into a little beach! And up to Mount Coot-tha, with lovely views over Brisbane. We had a great morning at Daisy Hill Parklands with Dan and the kids. We had a barbeque breakfast of kangaroo sausages and saw wild wallabys and koalas in the sanctuary they have there. We also had a lovely afternoon fishing down by the river, something Matt has been looking forward to. Didn't catch anything but ...
We had such a fun weekend at CMC rocks! Four days of camping with good company always makes for a great time. We started the weekend in Thursday when we left red rock to head up to Ipswich. When we arrived, we met up with our bosses and they told us where to camp. We set up our camp site, which was quite impressive compared to my previous camping attempts! After setting up camp we threw on some country clothes and enjoyed our quiet evening. ...
... the view.
We watched the Hot Glass show one afternoon. The kids from Corning Glass are very entertaining, but we can only last for an hour (half the show) on the wooden benches. Their master glassblower made a kangaroo in a bottle. His first try at it. All went well until they went to disconnect the kangaroo from the punty and close up the bottle. His head broke off. We all aw-w-w-w-w-ed. They junked the piece.
One more excursion tomorrow; then it’s time to ...
... to have a day trip to Australia Zoo. We had a great time feeding and getting cosy with all the kangaroos and koalas. There were shows and talks throughout the day which were all good, although a bit cheesy at times. We were hoping to see the Irwin family when the main show commenced but they were a no show, I think they may only make an appearance on the weekends. Instead we saw the biggest croc we've ever seen, the keeper was stupidly close as he ...