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... 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 ...
... main lounge and bedroom. John had bought (another) new guitar just before we left NZ, so he and Derek had a bit of a session, Derek on the drums. We then had a leisurely lunch at a lovely restaurant right on the beach , (which blew the budget) but was amazing. I had Moreton Bay Bugs, which are not as disgusting as they sound, they are a type of crayfish and delicious. Then a couple of beers at Derek's local surf club (he's a member) overlooking the sea and ...
Got up in time for breakfast today, partly because the idiots in the beds by us are inconsiderate.
Had some cereal then headed into Brisbane town. Had a wander round to being with, went to a camera shop that had the housing for Ari’s GoPro, managed to get $9 off it.
Sat in the centre for a bit then went to Woolworths for a bit more food. From there we headed over to Base to get the $30 for the AirTrain as she couldn’t ...
... a ferry to Fraser). As per these coach journeys seem a doodle and almost comforting! The air con was a godsend and I kind of just sat there for 5 hours. No energy to read or listen to music yet not bothering to sleep! Any hope of seeing much out the window was quickly squashed as it is definitely true that Australia is a spread out country. Barring the odd petrol station or tiny town, there was nothing but natural wildlife to see! We rocked up at Hervey Bay an hour before our ...
... the hairy culprit.
Ashleigh and I left Byron Bay around lunchtime. We were heading to Anne and Peter's house in Rothwell and it was around a two hour drive over 120 miles. On the way there we stopped at the North Lake Shopping Centre to pick up some small toys to play with the kids. This was probably the first time I felt a bit homesick as the shopping centre was covered in festive decorations with Christmas songs playing in every shop. It felt like ...