Travelodge Hotel Garden City Brisbane
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... also found the Bundaberg Ginger factory, it was late when we got there so our tour was just for us, including a tasting session with some of the ginger goodies, they were so tasty we bought some to take away with us. It was really lovely to see some of the hinterland in Australia, it’s such a huge country we were never going to manage more than a wee scratch of the surface but we stayed in a wee one bedroom flat with a kitchenette so we could cook and ...
... held an alligator, we both held a Burmese python! and we had a picture with a giant tortoise and, highlight of the day, had a special encounter where we got to stroke a rhino! Amazing! Have a look at all the photos :) WARNING: There are a couple of pictures of the spiders we've seen on our walks, and quite a lot of snakes at the zoo. I know not everyone will like them, but we're in Australia, so that's the risk you take!
... were a bit more active this time, well the young ones were. There was one that just wanted a friend but everyone left him! Saw the platypuses too, closes we'd come to them since we didn't get to see any wild ones!
Actually got to go to the bird show this time too! Saw the Barn owl, White Breasted Sea Eagle and the Wedged Tailed eagle. Was really cool to see, though the eagles weren't happy as there were ants on their log, that were biting their feet.
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... the city so we head in there, and it is obviously a popular choice as there are no place available for an hour, so we take a free ticket and go and get lunch across the square and head back for the. 2pm tour. The tower tour is actually only a ride up in the lift to enable us to walk round the tower and take a few photos before coming down with a brief stop to hear the bells chime the quarter hour, in its day it was the second most expensive building project in the country ...