Oaks Lexicon Apartment
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... and 4 new Pirelli tyres installed a few days earlier.
Our route is as follows - 6pm Friday to 3pm Saturday:
Regents Park (filled up with fuel) - Warwick - Inglewood - Goondiwindi - Moree - Narrabri - Coonabarabran (filled up with fuel) - Gilgandra - Dubbo - Parkes - Forbes - West Wyalong - Narrandera (we think GPS guiding us stuffed up here because we were meant to go through Temora instead) - Wagga Wagga (for breakfast at McDonalds) - ...
... science centre, not that we cared this time!
In the evening we walked across the pedestrianised Victoria bridge to the CBD where we had an aperitif in a funky little craft beer bar “Super Whatnot” on Burnett Lane (www.superwhatnot.com).
Then we ambled up to Eagle street pier for food – where there’s everything from Grill’d to Aria. Being a tad hungover you can guess what we went ...
Hard days work on planes and in departure lounges. just about to board for Santiago, Chile.....excited or what.
Not much to do hence entry 1 more to follow for today.
Part 2 of day 1.
We left Auckland on a brand new 787 Dreamliner and seemed to have a little more room. Not much but when you are on a ...
... my mom, but the restaurant was closed down already. Hence, if anyone can tell me where to get dosa in Berlin, I would highly appreciate it and might even reward it ;-) But don't tell me about the Sri Lankan place in Charlottenburg. Once, I was there with Elke and Inka. That place was not good at all. But the dosa of today, was to die for...so ******* yummy!
With a bursting stomach, I wandered around Downtown Brisbane. ...
... pool for an hour, before grabbing some food from Woolworths and heading to the bus stop. Last night, I went to the night market next to the beach, which was good. Jonny didn't fancy it so he stayed in the room. I saw the cutest dogs ever, Afghans (or however you spell it?! Apparently they were around in the 60s) - they were massive, and had so much hair. I Baught a few souvenirs (shock) and had a nice walk looking at ...