Park Regis North Quay Hotel
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After a hectic day of returning from placement, trying to wash our clothes in the few hours of daylight remaining to pack for this trip, running around the house trying to find everything we needed, and sitting in despair unable to fathom how on earth all the things we wanted to pack into our packs was going to ...
After a relaxing 4 days in Noosa we packed up our rental car for the last time and made the 2.5 hour drive to Brisbane where we were picking up our campervan and new home for the next 3 weeks. Jonah has fond memories of family vacations spent travelling around Canada and the west coast of the United States in a Volkswagen campervan, so he was looking forward to reliving those great experiences here in Australia. I on the other hand have never travelled around in ...
... especially as the official languages are English, which we speak a bit, French which we understand a bit and the local pidgin language called Bislama. Its origins begin in the late 19th century, at the height of a practice called Blackbirding, thousands of the local people were taken and forced to work on plantations in Australia and Fiji. On the plantations there were many different island languages spoken and so a common language based on an English ...
... City Beach at dusk, the streetlights compliment the colours in the chlorine, but if I wouldn't encourage taking a dip.
NIGHTLIFE: The Fiddler's Elbow at City Backpackers is great for happy hour drinks but is quite dated and could have done with a lick of paint or two (this was 2009 though!). Beetle Bar is next door to City Backpackers although we swung by there on Bingo night, so unfortunately it wasn't meant to be.
May 1, 2009
... off and go to work. We leave quite soon after to go to the nearby farmers market. We buy lots of fruit and veg as Maeve makes a flower at the children's art table. We pack the shopping into the car as Maeve tries to climb the net on a football goal and then start to walk to the beach. As we walk through a small woods we begin to hear the sea and see almost white sand through the leaves on the floor. When we stepped out onto the beach it was amazingly clear, there ...