Rosevale Retreat Hotel

903 Rosevale Road, Brisbane, Queensland, 4340, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 903 Rosevale Road, Brisbane, is near Mount Walker.
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A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Sep 13, 2014

After two delays at Perth Airport, one where the plane had mechanical problems and was being fixed and the second when it could not be fixed so we had to wait for another plane, we finally got home at 2.30 am. We were still awake at 3.30 when Benj got up for work so we saw him before he left for painting that weekend. Bed, glorious own bed! So we are now at the end of our TravellingShoes Great European adventure. ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by seanwhite123 on Sep 04, 2014

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... down to go in so I should be there soon. I’ve arrived it’s seems very teeny. There’s just heaps of stuff teen ages like feeling a little bit out of place here but I stay and have a look for a bit. I heard there a play in tonight over near my hotel so I think I might back and relaxes and see if I can find out where it is. I’ve got gotten in the taxi and heeding back. I’ve just got back and in my hotel I’m going the show ...

Brisbane, Australia! And Australia Zoo!

A travel blog entry by hiney on Aug 21, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

Wednesday we arrived at Brisbane. My Uncle Simon and his wife Michelle and son Luke, moved here earlier this year. Josh and I miss Luke a lot so it was great to see him again.
On Thursday, we all got to go to Australia Zoo. When we first got there was a Black Cockatoo for us to have photos with. There was also a little crocodile, a koala and lizard. It was cool.
I said hello to the Cockatoo and it said hello back to me!
We saw lots of crocs, kangaroos and ...

Palawan and Manila

A travel blog entry by toddy11 on Jul 02, 2014

4 comments, 22 photos

... at the Tao office to go over the trip details. Already there when I arrived were three girls. Meagan and Meagan were teachers from the US currently working at the international school in Manila. Nathalie was a tall Swiss scientist who had been travelling by herself for the last 9 months. Two minutes later another Meagan arrived, this one from Sydney. So, four girls and three of them Meagans. Later, Jen, a nurse from the US and her Taiwanese husband, Gem arrive. Last to join us was Anna, ...

Ain't no one on the end of that phone....

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on Jun 07, 2014

... and frankly, terrible taxidermy. We even managed to squeeze in going to a spontaneous gig as we waddled back from a dinner on the river front. Vicki and I do need adult supervision. I few wines in and we turn into sassy women heckling passers by.

This is a bit of a rubbish blog I know. Australia was so so much fun and I loved every minute but most of the time spent was talking with friends and laughing at complete rubbish. If I were to write down ...