Mantra on Queen
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... of life took up the most of the evening before retiring to the hostel, packing and preparing for Brisbane.
We checked out and headed out early to Noosa Junction to have a wander around before catching the bus. But eventually it was that time again to catch the greyhound and head to our first experience of an Australian city.
The fist glimpse of Brisbane was on the highway where the high rises peaked out over the horizon. We arrived ...
... us the in's and out's of where everything was and how things worked. Our campervan could sleep 4 people - 2 on the bottom bed and 2 up top in what I will call the storage cubby. We had a sink, fridge, 2 burner cooktop, microwave, a few drawers to store cooking utensils, and an open toilet and shower awkwardly located next to the cooking area in the same compartment. Jonah's first impressions of the campervan - it was not German engineered, a bit tight ...
... were a couple of disappointments, mainly the lack of wildlife. I imagined that all south sea islands would be full of exotic animals, insects and especially birds, maybe it's the wrong time of year but we hardly saw any birds and none of them were exotic, the animals were all of the domesticated variety except the rats and I only saw 1 of those, we did see lots of geckos and a few land crabs but that was it.The highlights were without doubt the people, the ...
Brisbane-Roma, 5 October 2014
Organised the packing the night before and had an early start-pulled out of the driveway just after 6am.Trip to Roma went smoothly and the road conditions were good.Had one hold up at the bottom of the Toowoomba range because of an accident and then two more stops for road works outside Dalby. It is not unexpected that there are quite a lot of road trains out here. A fair bit of road kill along the way, mostly ...
... Asia and now living in Oz, that I really appreciate what I left. It really is quite funny what random things you become nostalgic about when travelling though. When you can't get the things you love, you start to almost obsess about them. English foods, favourite places, landmarks from home and people. You describe them to new people you meet in detail and crave them so bad... Especially food! Not being able to physically see friends and family has to be ...