The Sebel Brisbane
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I awoke today to a thick fog wrapped
around the house. I ended up doing some calisthenics in my room and
then made a delicious smoothie. I use the Cuisineart and it works
well. This smoothie was four bananas, almond milk, and a handful of
fresh mulberries from the van Hest farm. Yum!! The mulberries added
unique squishy beads to the drink. I may do it again tomorrow!
At work, the once-weekly Aussies showed
up: Peter, Amy, and Mia. I ...
I had a good sleep in today, but that
brought me to 8.30. I stayed in bed writing on my computer and
organizing trips until 10.30, when I had a long shower and created a
vast and satisfying breakfast. I had the rest of the citrus pulp
juice and a piece of the rhubarb cocoa goodie. Then, I fell into my
old classic: the parfait. But, in this household, I could jazz it up.
I had sliced banana and strawberry, Greek yoghurt, dried ...
... and asks tons of questions and tells tons of grand
stories. I got saturated by his company after about five minutes. At
least he is only in every Thursday and Friday.
I was assigned with Shina to the
koalas! Yay! We went down to the main exhibit and Tess set us up with
scrubbing all the railings in Lone Pine. What a job. It took us quite
a while. Shina is super sweet, but rather meticulous and slow. When
you need to be quick and efficient, ...
... planned to do driving shifts of 2 hours each, which worked out well with toilet stops for everyone too. We had done a long drive like this years ago, and the two hour break for each driver meant that we could get a decent nap in the passenger seat while the other drove. Also we'd hoped that the kids would mostly sleep overnight in the car and therefore not require as many toilet breaks and meal stops.
It worked! The only glitch was that the kids all woke up every ...
... gallery is part of the Queensland Cultural Centre. It house a range of exhibitions of Australian and international modern art including paintings, drawings, sculptures and decorative art objects.
Wheel of Brisbane
This giant observation Ferris Wheel is 60m high and ...