City Palms Motel
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Wheelchair accessibility
- All-Suites Property
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So the next morning we spent our time driving from Noosa to Brisbane. We though we had fully prepared ourselves with Maps so that we could find our Motel and then the Camperman Depot. Oh no! We were fooled into a false sense of security!
After a while of getting monumentally lost we found ourselves supposedly near the Camperman Depot so …
... went. I was all
sorts of happy to be behind the wheel and with friends about to start
a road trip and outstanding weekend in the wilds.
Patty and Frank were home when we came
in. I had to invite my friends to come in, otherwise it looked like
they would have waited in the pitch dark on the driveway. Daniel was
dying of hunger, but embarrassed to ask to eat my family's food. He
slowly approached me from where the others were hanging out in my
... is not our friend, but not to panic, as Hayley pointed out, the USA is a civilised country where English (after a sort) is spoken and they have shops, so if we forget something, we'll just buy one.
The first and main challenge is to avoid all the sick people before we leave, and to hope they aren't on the plane with us when we do.
He voice was crackling and her eyes blood-shot, but not as if she had
been crying. I didn't ask her if she was okay, but just stayed
mellow. She gave us a list and then left to do other chores. I had
collected mulch and we spread it in the guinea pig enclosures. Then
we cleaned some perches, water bowls, wiped railings, raked more poo
and picked up the branches that had fallen in yesterday's wind.
... felt awful. I thought sea-sickness had finally got to me, but I think I had food-poisoning. So, that night, I had to lie in bed feeling like **** whilst everyone else drank next to my bed. I was not in a good place – I had hot and cold sweats, diarrhoea and just generally felt like throwing up constantly. The next morning I managed to force myself up for the final snorkelling session (I knew I would regret it if I didn’t go), but it took me nearly an hour to warm back ...