Benson Court Motel
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... with pins on his floppy hat). He was frustrated and Sandy furious
that the paving company had not given them any updates. It turned out
they would be at Lone Pine in half an hour. About bloody time!!!
Sandy was millimetres away from strangling someone.
At lunch, I was extremely hungry. I
even dropped a salad and had to get another. Combined with weaving
through masses of guests, I was spent. I got a new salad, egg
sandwich, and mix of chopped melons. It ...
of bircher muesli, which was the best! It had shavings of zucchini
and carrot combined with the soaked oats, sweet honey, copious
raisins, and other goodies.
Jaz and I found our way easily to the
bleachers of the rugby field and settled in and ate our lunch. I was
totally torn between watching Olly, my scrumptious meal, and texting.
We just got there to see the start of the 7s match. Olly was playing
for her ...
... supermarket just across the road from the hostel gave us a good opportunity to plan the next couple of days food, with tonight's meal being particularly exciting: a full English breakfast style meal comprising of sausage, bacon, 'British flavoured' baked beans, English muffins, egg and mushrooms. Amazing. We also saved some bacon and sausage for tomorrow's lunch. A perfect way to end the day as we decided on an early night with a full day of exploring Brisbane planned for ...
... with Liana to Kenmore. I did my banking and she did her shopping and
banking. We met up after and drove west toward home. In the car we
talked about travel and things we like and dislike about people and
travel. She is a big fan of Xavier Rudd, so we connected over that.
All in all, she is a nice person who pleasantly was the first person
to really have a conversation with me and not treat me as if I didn't
matter because I would leave their life shortly. Thanks, Liana!
... just decided to Uber to Nathan's.
Nathan is an Australian who studied at WashU for a year before returning to Brisbane to work. He's basically a wonderful human being who let me sleep on his couch for a night while I was waiting on my place. We caught up and chatted for a bit. An Australia-England cricket match was also on, so I got my first cricket lesson. Once the game started going ...