Rydges Southbank (Std Queen)
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... br> Southbank to Bulimba. We disembarked and strolled down to the restaurant area for a lunch and a beer before catching the ferry back to Brisbane. We bid farewell to the 'kids' with them catching the train to the airport and Charl and I catching the train home to the gold coast. Wow, how a week can fly.
Tomorrow we will spend the day packing up for our move to Redcliffe on Sunday and for the arrival of our next guest, Heather.
... display while Mike and I wandered around the shops. We then meet up and decided to go to Sea world for the rest of the day. We all had a great day seeing all the things on offer, like the polar bears, penguins, sharks , dolphins etc etc. We also went on 2 roller coaster rides. First was the storm which as a fairly big one but not too scary and the other one was a super fast one with lots of very sharp turns on wet bikes. Unfortunately Mike’s sunnies fell ...
... I would! It was completely knackering though as the currents were so strong. Our sun beds, deckchairs and surfboard hire came to an end and we ended the day by visiting the lookout on the way to the IGA supermarket to get some dinner. We had decided to cook in the apartment again as we had enjoyed having the space and ability to cook as and when we wanted. This is when the bacon incident occurred, we ended up buying a kilo somehow and we still don't know if it was already cooked or not. ...
... out table which was 30 strong were all turning round to have a look. Now I'm not one to make fun, but when she turned up for breakfast I thought awwww she only has a small plate in her hand she must be conscious of her weight, only to then watch the waitress that had opened the door for her then put down two extra plates on her table and before we left the waitress had done another round trip for her and I think was explaining that ...
... the kid he showed true Aussie grit in bawling for about 10 seconds before carrying on as if nothing had happened.
When we got inside Sea World it quickly became clear to both Junior and I that twenty-something lads clearly aren't the target market. First up we went to the penguin enclosure, where the main challenge was trying to capture a worthwhile photo of one of the creatures as it swam underwater. Having a camera with an unusually long delay certainly didn’t help. ...