Comfort Inn & Suites Robertson Gardens
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... guess what I didn't win, my horse was in third most of the way but came in 5th in the end. Ladies and men came out in all their finery, no flip flops that day.
then had an hour relaxing and reading on the grass on the south bank
went out for dinner, just as we started eating it started to rain, macs in the hotel. It was still raining when we walked home, luckily we got back before thunder, lightening and really heavy ...
... at a shopping centre. We popped into the
tavern to withdraw money, then decided on some Thai food.
Our waiter had a strong American accent
with Aussie undertones. I asked him where he came from and he said he
lived in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Seattle for over a year. I got a
yummy thick noodle dish with perfectly crispy tofu and veggies. Babsi
and Jaz ordered chicken pad thai and Daniel got a green beef curry.
We were full and happy as we left.
... to make sure I didn't miss the moment. In my haste, I
left my phone and locker keys on the chair. When I got to the
lockers, I exasperatedly realized the mistake.
I borrowed keys from Mai, sprinted out
to the chairs, only to find my things gone. I mumbled, “whatever”
and ran back, thinking they were maybe in my backpack. Jeez, I was
really off my game the past two days. I forgot my helmet yesterday
and my two items today...I needed to screw my head ...
... and re-packed our bags. The overnight bus journey was not a highlight of my life so far. I was back and forth to the toilet like nobody’s business and I felt really sorry for the guy who was trying to sleep on the seats next to the loo. I don’t think I slept one wink between 8pm when we left and 7am when we arrived.
Fraser Island was next on the agenda, and we were looking forward to the few days we had booked there. As soon as we arrived in Hervey Bay, we ...
... and other more 'formal' gear we need for after 6pm.
So, instead of a having our preferred single bag each, we have three large, expanded suitcases packed and ready to go the night before we fly out. We're nearly always stuffing things into bags in the hour before we leave so it's a strange, almost surreal experience to get up on Sunday morning, get dressed, call a cab, and head to the airport.
We were so blissed out we didn't even notice that the cab ...