Brighton Hotel Motel
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We left our cricket pitch about 9am and headed off to meet Wayne and Helen in the local Lavender café. We also wanted to ring Ina and Denis this morning and see how they were doing down at Thredbo. Phone signal at the cricket pitch was a bit in and out so we decided to head for Port Arthur, get some reception and have a good catch up.
Ina and Denis sounded so happy and we were jealous ...
... over the land, and then they diverted the river to run under it. The convicts made 1,250,000 bricks for the bridge. The brick trail was interesting. Each brick had a convict's name, age, the name of the ship they travelled on and the year, their crime and other interesting facts. Evendale. Found the best camp at Evendale. It is in the grounds where they have the markets every Sunday. Supposed to be only 24 hrs, but only one or ...
... gale, pouring with rain and not the most pleasant visiting weather. Took just over an hour or so to get to Oatlands.
What a pretty town Oatlands is. Steeped in history from the convict era. Not to mention the only working windmill that grinds flours, in the southern hemisphere. There was also a beautiful lake that we attempted to walk around. Attempted as in blowing the said gale and ...
Today I transfer to another hotel on preparation for my tour. I wander down to the Saturday markets which are overcrowded with people from the giant cruise boat. A quieter option is the local shops and malls, which though not extensive do offer a few places different to N Z such as Target. Returning to the hotel late afternoon I meet my roommate for the tour, Angela Wong from New York. We all gather in the lobby to meet our guide Jason, a young man ...
... the Lion King musical in Brisbane. If you haven't seen it, do yourself a favour and go. It is amazing and magical. Thee stage artistry is truly astounding and the music and dancing is just enthralling. Take some tissues to dry your eyes though! There are some quite emotional scenes. After the show, Heather and I went for a ride on the ferris wheel at Southbank. A lovely experience. The Brisbane night scape ...