Econo Lodge City Star Brisbane
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... in Spanish, “can I have a sandwich?” It was very
sweet. Of course!!!
I told Patty and we started to disgorge
tons of options from the fridge. Daniel backpedalled and said he just
needed a little something simple. He ended up with a ham sandwich. I
was a flurry of activity as I got everything out of my day bag and
re-packed it for camping. The others helped me load the car and I
went in the house a few moments later, terrified that I could ...
This morning I woke up to rain at 1am
and got up, which is not like me. I shook the water off the bike and
decided to go as far towards the city as I could on the Bicentennial
Bikeway before I had to turn back. I spent thirty minutes pedalling
away on the large, sloping hills. Commuting cyclists whizzed past me
with my large backpack and moderately ****** road bike. I sometimes
don't understand how I go so fast over large distances, but always
get utterly smoked by ...
... I was back on the boat. I also nearly had an accident in the wetsuit, which would have been embarrassing. By the time we were heading back to land, I was at the point where I had to sit with my legs dangling over the back of the boat just in case I was sick. One silver lining of doing that was that I got to see one of the biggest species of animals in the world. It was a Lion’s Mane jellyfish, whose tentacles can grow up to 150 feet long. I made it back to land without ...
This holiday has been a long time in the planning. It's a long way to Iceland and Greenland and it's going to be way colder than anywhere we've been before so we've been stocking up on warm/waterproof/windproof clothing for months, and months, and months. We might even have over stocked. Ok, we have over stocked, but it's better to have too many warm clothes than too few.
After six days in Iceland we sail to Greenland on The World, the ship we travelled from Tahiti ...
... trip to Dubai and for some unknown reason the plane was only half full, so an easy trip.
A couple of hours' break in Dubai, and then on to Singapore, for an hour's break and home at 12.40 am, just 25 hours after our departure from Frankfurt.
In Brisbane we were picked up by Froya who had dozed off so we had to wait for a while, but it was good to be home again.
Little Pippi was just about berserk and almost wagged her little tail off.
After a good ...