Milton Motel Apartments
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... challenging here at St Margaret's and I am having so much fun!
English: Thesis statements for the documentary Bowling for Columbine
Lunch: Asian sweet noodles!
History: Studying racism that took place in America and Australia which lead to the bus strikes.
Dinner: lasagna and knokies (very yummy)
Interesting fact: Here they pronounce project as ...
... meal with Thommo and Paula, our hosts.
After 3 nights, we decided to move on. It was Easter weekend, which is a huge holiday here. Everyone travels since the kids have at least a week off. Once we left town, we stopped in Eumundi, a small town north of Brisbane known for it's Wednesday and Saturday market. We hit it on a Saturday and enjoyed the huge variety of food stalls and the many buskers playing music.
Lovely time in Brisbane seeing Joanne and Jeremy. Saw koalas and fed Roos. Now off on the train to prosperine. I shall post more pics etc on the train which has wifi. Unlike the train from Sydney here which was basic but fun and involved a coach ride for four hours with some bizarre people. Also I seem to have lost my Napier and Akorea blog posts. My phone has given up and EE doesn't like me having 3 ...
... chauffeur, Lee, was awaiting us. I can’t for the life of me remember when Lee coined the name of her city when describing to us all it had to offer, but it has stuck! Not so sure about bright shiny lights and loads of casinos - it has a lot more going for it than that!! Now having only just met Lee, if any of you remember our China blog, it was quite strange meeting her in her home town just a few months later and feeling like it was the most normal thing ...
... before we all hit the natural 'Champagne' rock pools and viewed the naturally differing coloured sands. After lunch we clambered to the top of 'Indian Head', named by Captain James Cook in 1770 when he came across the Island. Another fact. It provided amazing views of the ocean and even a glimpse of turtles, sharks and stingrays for some! After a quick stop at the Maheno Boat shipwreck (I kind of fell asleep and can't tell you fun facts about it :/) for pictures we hit Eli Creek; ...