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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Luke, to grab a beer at "industry bar" which turned out to be the bar of another hostel. This night they held a beer pong competition in this bar. Luke and I joined this competition, got completely drunk (of course) before we got beaten in the semi finals. My hostel was much closer than Luke's place and there were plenty of empty beds in my room, so Luke sneaked into the hostel as well (well not really sneaking, we first had some food in the communal ...
... life at Plan and I at the TSC. In the evenings we'd briefly see Lyndal to catch up about the night before and Jess was around to get to know as well. Both seem quite social which is great and they're both out wining and dining regularly! We found ourselves out for a meal on Wednesday before football - the customary date night as it has now become. Having enjoyed the food and atmosphere at The European Beer Cafe with work colleagues the week before ...
... Had a very expensive toasted ham and cheeses sandwich for breakfast. Guy who checked me in has put me in a window seat and said the middle seat was blocked out so I shouldn't have anyone next to me. Hopefully. Then it will be a nice roomy flight. Now just waiting. And yes, I was ofcourse pulled aside for explosives testing! Haven't had a flight yet where I haven't been ...
... to the rivers edge. No saving it this time. We came upon a great idea, there were four climbing walls set up under one of the bridges we walked by. There were signs about climbing and various skill levels of walls. Even in the middle of there day thee guys were there climbing horizontally challenging themselves. What a great idea ...
... not as our connecting flight was soon after we landed so we said our proper goodbyes here just in case. Deflated as a 4, we turned to food to lift our spirits. Comfort eating was the only way of dealing with the loss of Saffron. The restaurant we chose was called 'Hero Sushi' which I think my father would quite enjoy. Luckily the flight to Melbourne from Cairns had in-flight entertainment so we could all ignore each other and plug into our own choice ...