Econo Lodge City Star Brisbane
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... and fresh organic breakfast, and the refreshing fresh juice I got was perfect. We then headed for the beach - Nars taking a bit of time to lather on the sunscreen (bless her little white features) and me starfishing again to capture as many sunrays as I could. As the day heated up, we alternated between lying on the sand and baking in the hot sun, and diving into the cool waves for a refreshing splash. The current was super strong, so it gave us a good workout ...
... and you could feed them. They were so amazingly gentle and docile. They would be asleep and they were happy to just have a little stroke. They were my absolute favourites. Up close they look like giant hares with thin faces and long ears, plus most of them were grey not the reddy brown colour you'd expect. Gorgeous though they were. After that we had one last thing to do, no sorry two. First was to hold a koala! ...
... das X-Base Central, ein etwas
heruntergekommeneres Hostel, aber die wöchentlichen Preise sind unschlagbar
(außer man wohnt im Rooftop Hostel in Sydney) – 20 $ für ein 6er Zimmer pro
Nach, wenn man ne Woche oder länger bleibt.
Aber einchecken ging erst um zwei also haben wir unser Gepäck in den Gepäckraum
gebracht und haben uns auf den Weg zum Victoria Park gemach, in dem das Apocalypse Undead Festival und der Zombie Walk, organisiert von der Brain ...
... worked properly, so convicts were used to turn the millstones.
I got a bus trip up to the national parks, Green and Tambourine mountains. It was strange to see the abrupt changes of the plants, depending on the side of the mountain and therefore the rainfall. The forest would change from eucalyptus to rain-forest in the space of 100m.
There had been a bush fire the week ...
... it back to within a few blocks of our hotel where we hit the hay about 10:00 PM.
The next day we had arranged to go on a walking tour of some Brisbane parks (see birding report below) and then came back to the hotel to nap again for a couple of hours. We met Clinton Riley, a native Brisbaner who used to work at GRU, and his partner Jeanne for dinner and enjoyed catching up and getting reacquainted. ...