Quality Hotel Airport International
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... down Queen street to take care of some business in the post office. Whilst we were sorting out our stuff, within 5 minutes the weather went from sunny and hot to a storm that resembled the epicenter of a hurricane. Everyone inside the post office, including the staff, rushed to the doors to watch the storm unfold. Hail the size of golf balls rained down on cars, ripping the branches off trees and flooding the road. We then turned round to see ...
... were no cars beside us. Our first order of business was to find a gas station, and we got off to a bit of a rocky start when we pulled out onto a main road and our lane suddenly stopped leaving us no room to merge into the lanes beside us. After that the remainder of the drive to Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast was uneventful. Mostly because we were crawling along the traffic clogged freeway with all the other people from Brisbane who were likely heading out ...
... on the flight. The length of stopovers and the length of the flight. The options i chose was also the most affordable for my employer. I picked Qantas to fly with as they are the country's own airline and the flights were flexible and affordable. The flight only cost $819 for a return journey, which will make my boss quite happy.
In Thailand the weather in November can get fairly hot. Thailand is usually ...
... had to be switched off, what a relief, she stopped laughing. Then the Captain said that we weren't going to land as the airport was closed due to a electrical storm, the woman behind started getting scared!! We circled out at sea for about 30 mins and watched the lightning out of the windows and the woman got more scared. Then the storm moved away and we landed safely, the woman clapped and cheered as though she had witnessed some kind of miracle, that's Aussies for ...
... Big Rig. The old hut and riveted boat used to rescue people in flood times were interesting displays. We opted to give the Big Rig display and evening show a miss. We did walk across the Bailey Bridge, named after the man who invented it during WW2. Evidently it can be assembled very quickly. This bridge is used for the Big Rig's train ride and crosses the creek, once the town's first water supply. However, now the water is only fit to support the ...