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... the city before we left. One of the best ways to do this is to head up to the view point on a hill which looks over the city - it's really pretty and you can see how spread out the city is. On our way there a few of the lights and alerts on the car started flashing and the guys just put this down to their 'stupid old car' which needed replacing - so we dismissed it. We headed back to the car, ready to leave and you may have guessed ...
... and a half in stop/start traffic. Our flight, and many others, were delayed this night due to aircraft crews being caught in the flooding and traffic as well. However we were to have one more hitch before we could leave.
One of the final things I wanted to buy in Washington was a bottle of Patron Tequila. I had read about it, more particularly it's bottle design, a couple of years ago and I wanted it. I've never drunk Tequila, have always ...
... The trip out to the reef was very smooth. Our first dive was Alden's Cave, we entered the water and headed to the cave where we were hit with a strong surge. This made the swim through a little difficult as there is not much room. We got through the cave and headed along the reef. The visibility was about 10 meters. There was plenty of fish life to see.
The second dive saw ...
We arrived late on Thursday night so had to creep around trying to unpack in the dark.
The next morning we got up without much idea of what there was to do in Brisbane, so we asked the guy at reception what to do. He recommended the Lone Pine koala sanctuary. It was absolutely amazing, there were loads of Australian animals, we got to cuddle a koala, see tasmanian devils, platypus, kangaroos and emus. We also watched a ...
My next flight was from Bangkok to Sydney. By this time I was starving and plane food isn't that great. I lined up for a sandwich and a coffee during the stopover. When my plane took off again I looked over the city of Bangkok and enjoyed all of Thailand's lights, but before long I could only see clouds. I watched a movie before my eyelids became heavy and I dozed off. For most of the flight I slept, waking up every now and then when we ...
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