M on Mary Apartment Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... have gone through customs and I can see my mum and dad. I am happy to be home in a way, but in saying that I really enjoyed it. I am going to go home and unpack. looking forward to going back and taking my school students over.
... was Gold Coast time! I got home, unpacked,
repacked, showered, and spun my way to Roma Street Station. I love
how I am faster than public transport on a bike. Take THAT!
As I passed into the station and walked
onto the platform, I saw the tell-tale stroll of Daniel. I startled
him as I said hello and looked around to see Jaz and Babsi. We all
got the same train time! Awesome! We piled into seats and laughed and
talked away loudly. I ...
... t really like coffee and would make beer instead.
Did you know that Brisbane had an uprising in 1917 against conscription into the British army that eventually lead to the creation of the state of Queensland ! ?
Enjoying the Brisbane family life to including spending time with Trents parents- Michele has done 2 great yoga classes with Rel. looking forward to doing more grandparent duties this week as Kat and Trent return to ...
... br> crustaceans...) that the platypuses get to deal with live prey. The
keepers maintain a tank load of about 12 crayfish, so Aroona and
Barak can pursue some tasties whenever they want.
That brought us to lunch. I did mix up
my timeline (I really did echidna food and mixed in the high-protein
powder with the fruit bat salad after lunch, but it made sense to
write it all above). I sat with Nora and Daniel and we talked about
our experiences ...
Once I returned to Brisbane I went into Travel Bugs which is a travels agents for backpackers and booked my package for travelling up the East Coast. It cost me $1500 for all my accomidation and tours for 2 weeks and its safe to say I was very excited to start really travelling again. The East Coast is what I had heard most about when researching Australia and I was keen to see and do as much as possible! So this is where It ...