BEST WESTERN Sunnybank Star Motel & Apartments
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... my hostel and was informed that they upgraded me to a better room, for free. Sweet I thought. Happy birthday to me. I walk towards my room through the hostel and all I could think was, 'Wow, this hostel is nicer than some hotels I've been in. Minus sharing a room with some strangers, this is super super nice.' I get all ready for bed and walk into my room, where two people are already asleep. I notice this hostel has an air conditioner in the ...
... Canadian, 30 years old, but he was such a cool guy. Then after some games etc, we all went out to a bar called 'down under" as it was Ladies night, so drinks were cheaper. It was hilarious because even the lads were dressed up as ladies to get cheap drinks. It was so busy there though, Jonny and I would have rather gone to a more chilled out place I reckon. But we stayed for a bit anyway, and then came back just before the others, but ...
Just a couple of hours on the train from Noosa to Brisbane. How could I not go? I confess that cultural activities in these wonderful places I have been to have been displaced somewhat by seeing old friends, getting to know long-lost relatives and meeting new people. (So nothing new there, then!)
Brisbane is a small compact (compared to London) city and I ...
I made it safely to Australia and have thoroughly enjoyed my 1st week here in Brisbane- let me outline some of the reasons why!
In Brisbane, I stayed with some friends I had met whilst travelling in Malaysia called Richard and Lebo. This probably made my experience the fantastic 1 that it was. They made me feel so welcome in their home, gave me a lot of great advice about Brisbane and ...
... couple. Poppy had berated them for dumping us, but not a word was said to me directly. Trying to shake it off being only my disappointment to ditch on our last day, reminding myself as Sasha often says 'build a bridge, get over it and move on', so I did just that. I continued with packing, after several reshuffles to get everything in & major repairs to our holdall to take the new strain, which over all took me 3 hard hours alone to do.
Needing a shower to rinse ...