The Point Brisbane
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... out as far as Keperra.
Subsequently, as private motor cars became affordable, land between
tram and train routes was developed for settlement, resulting in the
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... before we left, wow, the smells alone were enough to make you start drooling as soon as you got within sniffing distance of the festival, koftas, lamb kebabs, stuffed vine leaves or dolmades, warm pittas, sauces and sweet things, you could smell the sugar in some of them from several feet away, including something totally delicious called Honey Puffs, there were queue half an hour long on one stall for these and we now know why. Think donut in flavour, ...
Arrived safe and sound back home, it is good to see Ellie and Alex again as well as the animals.
Hopefully everyone has enjoyed our blog as much as we enjoyed the arguments over who would write what and the content of each blog.
Until our next big adventure au ...
... to PNG. After customs I went straight to the Virgin Australia office to find out if I could change my flight to PNG. I knew that I cannot change the one from PNG to Singpore (which by the way is the most expensive flight of my entire trip). Yes, I can change my flight to PNG for 80 A$ = 57 EUR if I find another date/flight for the same price. Good news. Back to arrival level. Purchased shuttle transfer to hostel. Waited for shuttle. Got bitten by an insect (kind of mosquito) in my ...
... winding around round about after round about on the foreign streets, Chris and I were hoping we didn't make a mistake in heeding his advice. We arrived at our destination and were blown away. Lively restaurants and music filled the river walk. We followed an azalea covered path down to the pools. Along the river for as far as we could see were large pools with sandy bottoms and beaches to lounge on, docks built to jump from, life guards, and people ...