Navarre Holiday Lodge
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... walk around the highlights of the botanic gardens was followed by a ride back into town and a return to the south bank this time fully equipped with toddler togs for a proper splash. Chloe had a great time in the water taking a particular pleasure in washing her hands in the many different fountains and also having a mini water fight with daddy. The final leg of the journey back to chinatown (where we originally started) took us via the city lookout where we got ...
... on we headed across the Victoria Bridge into town! We finally managed to sort our phone at Apple shop! We now have an Aussie number! So we are good to receive calls ;) Around 1:30 we picked up some things for lunch from the nearby supermarket, we had strawberry and mango Fro-Yo's, chocolate chip muffins and fruit! We set off along George St. towards the city botanical gardens (it started to rain along the way) but when we arrived it had stopped! It felt ...
... I didn’t stop! It was like driving through Benidorm – I swear I saw Madge on her mobility scooter! That’s probably a bit unfair, but there are miles of high rise buildings, mainly living accommodation and hotels, with the beach in front of them, and I saw what I needed to from the comfort of my tin box.
Tomorrow I will be making my way up the coast heading towards Airlie Beach (although that’s a few days away yet). No idea where ...
... and seeing on my trip, very lucky. We we took our time and drove around the coast taking in all the different spots before settling on greens Breach to cook up sausage and egg sandwiches. We then went to Netleys where Joey had a surf and I sat and got stuck into my book, hard to think of many places more relaxing then by the ocean to have a read. We then took a drive to Mount Cameron where we read up on the history and how the Aboriginals inhabited this place over 35000 years ...
... there was just a short walk from the Transit Centre to the hostel, and the Brisbane City YHA was a very pleasant surprise in its standards.
A beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon made it the perfect time to explore the river. Brisbane is positioned on both sides of a wide river, providing beautiful cityscape views of skyscrapers and creative architecture framed between blue sky and the vast riverfront. Brisbane also benefits from ...
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