Airport Hacienda Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... with bright plastic binoculars. The
popularity of Halloween in Australia was clear at this point.
Everyone on the full bus was our age, but only half of us were in
costume. This is on a public bus, in a university suburb, on a
Saturday night, on Halloween. In North America, everyone
would be dressed up! Interesting...
We got to the party
and it was a full house. There was a baked potato (large brown sack
with marijuana leaves on ...
I got up early by means of the sun
(before my alarm) and collected myself for the busy morning. I made a
nice smoothie and then hopped in White Lightening (hybrid rental
car...no, it does not really have this name...). The ride was great.
As I said before, I do love to drive. I blasted some music and
scooted easily into downtown Brisbane, stopping to refuel. We only
used half a tank! Bonkers!
I arrived at 7.20 and had to wait until
8.00 when Budget ...
... br> then brought down some more mulch.
Daniel and I
cleaned dishes, cleaned more enclosures and went for morning tea.
After, we added mulch to two enclosures and prepared some foods.
Sandy took Daniel to do other tasks and she left me with preparing
the meat diets and with getting the frozen bits out for the next day.
I loved the slight increase in responsibility. Each day and season,
Chicky gets different meats. I got to ...
... have used it four times) and
went to see Matt, his friend Molly, and Kat, whom I met the previous
They were by a cocktail bar sipping
$12-18 drinks. Both because I was cold and on a budget, I passed on
drinking there. Arcadia is awesome! There are four bars, one a
rooftop one, and a series of gourmet foodtrucks. Then, there are two
main show tents 'Fear & Delight' and the Speigel Tent, which
houses the sexy and ...
... coming from further down the beach, so we went over for a look. It turned out that Airlie Beach has a massive market on a Saturday morning full of local food and handicrafts. It was really nice to speak to some of the local traders, and we treated ourselves to some pure mango sorbet and an organic sausage roll. Thinking about it, that was probably the best sausage roll I’ve ever had. Not only was the food good and reasonably priced, there were also camels giving rides on ...