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The last stage of our excellent value Greyhound bus pass left us in Brisbane, from where our final flight to Christchurch, New Zealand was booked. First though, we staggered our way to the hostel - not having had to walk anywhere hilly with the big rucksacks for a while it was a bit of a challenge, but we managed to not get lost and to stay friends …
Day 103 of Andy and Suez's Great Adventure
Another day another early rise, only this time I woke up at about 3.45 and couldn't get back to sleep. Rather than disturb Suez I headed downstairs and watched some really ****** telly for a couple of hours until I felt ready to snooze again.
Whilst I was downstairs all I could hear was …
Day 104 of Andy and Suez's Great Adventure
After our good start yesterday our plan for today was to see a bit of the city. We looked up the Lonely Guide for Brisbane and there was a really good walking tour, which took in all the major sights in the centre. It would cover 5 to 6 kms and would take as between 2 and 5 hours (depending on how …
Day 105 of Andy and Suez's Great Adventure
D'you know what the hardest thing is about this whole blog thing? Finding a way to start writing each day. There's only so many "It was an early start" or "Didn't get much sleep" or "The bird's started singing far too early" you can use before you start repeating yourself. If you haven't noticed …
Day 106 of Andy and Suez's Great Adventure
We were walking a lot today again. I read an article in a magazine earlier in the holiday and it said that people of mine and Andy's age should be getting at least half an hour of exercise 4 or 5 times a week. I think on this trip Andy and I have done enough exercise for about 10 people. I'm sure …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKookaburra Inn Brisbane
We found the Kookaburra Inn to be clean and run by very nice people. There was a mini fridge in our room and the kitchen had all the required tools to make a meal.
Out of the four nights we stayed here we only slept for two of them, other guests were loud and talking till 2am. There was no signs put up to ask people to be quite and the owner/managers didn't seem to care.
The Kookaburra Inn is very nice place but bring ear plugs or hope for good room mates.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.