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Well, Mum didn't read the tickets properly. She thought we left at 12:30AM but turns out we leave at 2:30AM. & on top of that, the plane is delayed and won't depart until 4AM. So we got here at 9PM and now have to wait 7 hours. Oh well! All part of the adventure I guess.
We're both very excited. But ...
... USA and NZ. of particular interest was a beer on the
hand pump, Bacchus Redlands Rye and a rather nice Green Beacon Penny Porter. we
decided to eat here and the food was good, even if the chilli should come with
a fire warning. The staff recommended that we wander round the corner to the
Newstead Brewery. A very different place with the brewery taking up one wall
and the bar the other. Other visits included the Archives. Interesting beers
but not much help from ...
... in neighboring countries.
Visitors can expect lower prices of commodities than in Europe or Australia. Food is a lot cheaper and so is the cost of accommodation. Petrol is about the same as in Australia (cheap for Europeans) however for the local people it is an expensive country. I checked the classifieds in the paper where sales managers earn just $50,000 and administrative personnel just $30,000 per annum. Farm workers earn less than $4,000 ...
Very sad to leave Perth, but the journey must go on.............. Flight from Perth to Brisbane with Qantas was excellent. Much better than previous Qantas flight, so maybe we were unlucky the first time.
Arrived in Brisbane late in the evening and Gary's cousin Clive picked us up from the airport. We drove from the airport to their home south of Brisbane in Sanctuary Cove. Sanctuary Cove is a beautiful gated complex with ...
... the way. Had the Aborigines really not even invented the wheel before the white man came along? Did the Aborigines really need a white skin tsunami through their gene pool? Was Australia Day really a celebration of white over black?
Answers: No, No and Australia Day is a celebration of what Australia is not was and that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Brisbane was like a hot London. Judge for yourself the similarities in architecture and ...