Park Regis North Quay Hotel
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... the transit centre. I somehow managed to miss out on this last time I visited but I'm glad I went this time, lovely to chill out somewhere new and read my book seemingly a millions miles away from the bustle of the CBD. After lunch, the sun came out to play and I headed over to the lagoon on the Southbank, to have a swim in the lagoon and tan on the 'beach', literally right next to the river! The place was packed (unsurprisingly) and I struggled to find room for my towel haha. ...
emu area and one shelter, she went home. After morning tea, I got the
emu food mostly done and cleaned and put mulch in with the laughing
Sam was in a tizzy about Pobble
freaking out during the Close Encounter and she also had a lot of
training and things on her plate. Sandy is always in warp speed mode,
so between the two of them, I got frantic for a bit. Sam and I
re-mulched the curlews and blue winged kookaburras, then went on
... the Maritime Museum, a collection of small ships and artifacts commemorating Brisbane's military history. It was here that we saw a frigate from the Canadian military in dry dock. On this side of the river, there was another larger market area, complete with restaurants, children's water play areas, a Nepalese pagoda, as well as many retail booths. This was a lively, developed area, built on the previous site of the 1988 Worlds ...
... photos and went in for a
cage-free shot. Daisy woke up and came out to the edge of her bed.
Her fluffy golden head poked out of the log. She was cuter than I
thought, with long-fingered, hairy paws. Saori fed her ruby red pom
pom flowers (Calliandra). The little possum was thrilled and,
probably half asleep, munched down three of them. The ones near her
consumed, she turned her back and went to sleep.
I then helped ...
... time so it wasn't too busy and we would be right near the famous crocosseum for the big show at 12pm. As we had a little time before the koala holding and snuggling, we went back on ourselves and looked around the dingoes, Tasmanian devils, cassowaries, wombats and birds in the wetland area of the zoo. We also went into the Kangaroos but decided to keep our roo food until after one of us wasn't carrying lunch. Just before the entrance to the Kangaroos and walkable is a model ...