Quest River Park Central

Address: 120 Mary St, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 120 Mary St, Brisbane, is near Yeronga Park Heated Pools.
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    Moreton Island!

    A travel blog entry by codie on Mar 30, 2015

    43 photos

    ... a fish, but it wasn’t happening!

    We then got to swim between 2 of the ships, you had to be careful as they were close together and the current would pushed you into them.
    After that we swam into the hull of a ship, it didn’t have a roof though. Continued on around the ship and then back to the beach.

    Got out and put everything back then dried off a bit, they had rolls and things for us to eat,so sat on the sand and ate. ...

    Leaving Marcia behind

    A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Feb 21, 2015

    5 photos

    ... up to the hype. I'd make that judgement at flight's end.

    We took off about 30 minutes late but the pilot let us know that we'd actually be arriving into Denpasar 15 minutes early. Marcia must have blown us along.

    We'd bought a plus bundle to give us Qantas points and apparently a $10 food and drink voucher. Prior to leaving I'd tried without success to find out why we would get this and not a meal like the flights from Sydney ...


    A travel blog entry by codie on Feb 12, 2015

    11 photos

    ... it was 5:30pm and there was a reptile show. When we asked it was on at 6pm, so went and rushed making/eating tea.

    Got to the bar area and watched the reptile show. The guy got a Green Tree Frog out first, which was a out of place as it was a amphibian. Next up was a Blue Tongued Skink, just like the one we'd seen crossing the path in Coffs Harbour. He said that people go to pick them up, but end up picking a Python up as they have the same ...

    Merry Christmas and Nepal 2014 Summary

    A travel blog entry by cavrd-nepal1 on Dec 26, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    The following passage I read to the students in the airport in Bangkok and pretty much summarises how I felt about the trip away to Nepal for a month with 14 students. Despite the fact that eating, sleeping, living and travelling with 'anyone' for the 24 days is often challenging, the students have all been a pleasure to take on the trip. There have been a few hurdles along the way including, sickness, tiredness, grumpiness, indecisiveness, ...

    How not to make friends on camp

    A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Nov 23, 2014

    26 photos

    ... destroyed us. But we still caught more fish than them and I have photographic proof.

    Back at camp we cracked open some cans and gathered around the fire. There was a thunderstorm going on miles away on the horizon. Lighting was striking at least a couple of times every few seconds and from the beach it looked incredible. The night sky was as clear as I've ever seen it and thanks to the guys at Mount John Observatory in New Zealand, I was able to ...