Rosevale Retreat Hotel
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... took 50 minutes. He dropped me off at the international terminal and I checked in to Qantas with 2.5 hours to kill. I relaxed and ate some breakfast until it was time to board.
The flight also went quickly although it was a 12 hour flight. I ate some soup and slept for over half the flight. I was so excited to arrive in a different country because this was the first time I have ...
... didn't want to tell him that was really not my scene, so to speak.
Despite a sore back and calcified
Achilles' tendon, he was very active and drove like he was in his
20s. He had traveled the world several times, but “really the whole
time wanted to just get back to my sweetheart as soon as I could.”
He was a true classic gentleman, who thought it uncomfortable to NOT
pull a seat our for a lady and insisted on calling me “Miss Elena”
... Brisbane Broncos in the playoffs! Nathan's dad is awesome and managed to snag tickets in the lower level with the perfect view of the end zone. The stadium was crazy for the playoffs, complete with face-painted fans, fireworks, and a live mascot (horse), which galloped around after every try. A try is the equivalent of a touchdown. The game was fantastically close the whole time, with Brisbane barely edging out ...
... Koala Sanctuary for my volunteer induction.
Lone Pine was founded in 1927 and is
the oldest and largest koala sanctuary in the world. It also has a
farm animal area and other Australian wildlife. I arrived and found
my way to the staff room, where I waited for Karen Nilssen the head
sanctuary manager and volunteer coordinator. Three Japanese girls
came in and Karen got our paperwork, t-shirts, and took our payment. ...
... was a fence surrounding the middle and a little lake and pool in the middle. They got a member of the auidence to come into the middle of the fenced area and told him they were going to ask him to feed one of the biggest crocks they have in the zoo and told him all these health and safety things making the poor guy nearly **** himself and he tried to back out twice. Finally at the end of the river a little door slowly opened up ...