Marina Quays International
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... differing styles which are fun to see and go over. The city is not overly awe inspiring as can be seen by the lack of photos I took but it looks livable. I forgot to mention yesterday that the State of Origin Rugby League match was held here in Brisbane the night before. It is the best players from Queensland and New South Wales put together for three matches each year. In QLD, it is basically a religion and the winner of the series is what makes it a ...
At any speed you can direct the wind over your helmet eliminating any wind noise. (No need for ear plugs to protect your ears) When you slow down and stop at the traffic lights the volume will automatically reduce to an acceptable level. The computer screen shows the radio station or which track you are listening to.
A few days ago I discovered a nail in my back tire; I have tubeless tires so the thing to do is to leave the ...
... to find joes tartan painted on a lamp post, saw the big prawn at Ballina, before pulling into Byron Bay for lunch. That was a beautiful spot, we walked along the beach and dipped our toe, but came to the conclusion it was maybe a bit too hippy a place for us... Considering there was a freedom march on that weekend! So back in the car after lunch (pasta again) and onwards to meet new family!! When we pulled up to Erin's, we were greeted with a warm hug and ...
... seat to nap. After what seemed like ages I was off again to JFK.
Touch down JFK and I got my luggage very quickly and headed outside to catch a taxi. The weather was warm even though it was night time. I got to my hotel called the Row and checked in. It felt like days since I left Australia and I was tried because the time difference.
... for something to eat. While wandering around, Alex bought a fabric cat (the cat is apparently a symbol of Prague). We ended up stopping at the Pilsener Urquell cafe and had paninis. At last it was time to board the plane. We were the last zone to be called up to board, as they load the passengers from the back of the plane to the front (unless you're in first or business class). We were seated right behind business class. Just ...