St Lucia Gardens
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 2 month holiday really. It feels like we've been all over Aus, until you look at a map and see the small corner that we have traveled. There's always next year. Watch this space.
Thanks for following what was supposed to be Layla's Travel journey. She complained profusely about doing her homework and her written journal that was required for school, so I had ...
... is a delight to walk around and discover many of the Georgian Cottages tucked away in the side streets.
I'm way too excited to just sit around for the rest of the day so I've decided to take a walk around and see what the place has to offer. I noticed on my way here a few little nick nack shops that might be intriguing so i've decided to get changed and explore!
... former mangroves.
Now where I'm staying is actually north of Brisbane. A quaint little community called Sandgate wedged between the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. At low tide you can walk out about across the mudflats. Flanked by rock, rugged cliffs this area almost became the city of Brisbane but fortunately the governor landed at low tide and realized this area was insufficient for a harbour. As a suburb of Brisbane you have access to ...
Everything was packed last night ready for my flight today.
I got out of bed at four-thirty AM, half an hour earlier than my alarm was supposed to go off. I think I'm just excited to be going to Canada today. I quickly jumped into the shower then got dressed with in my suit and tie, the time was now six-ten AM. I grabbed my ...
... a walk along the river to the Eagle St Pier, which is a huge precinct right on the river full of bars and restaurants. We ate at the Pig n Whistle Pub, which was beautiful but a little cold outside with the wind. We then headed to the Casino, which is absolutely nothing like Crown in Perth. It is in this old building called the Treasury and had tiny little rooms all over the place with machines and gaming tables in them. We ...