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... too grotesque, and there is a pool should you wish to bathe in chlorine.
EAT: A lot of the restaurants and bars have student deals. On our first night in Brisbane we tried a pub-restaurant around the corner from City Backpackers and all meals were half price for students. #lovebeingastudent
If your inner Chef is crying out then Cotes supermarket is Brisbane's answer to a 7/11. Finding Cotes was as a monumental discovery - they have ...
... topic of conversation, and a wizarding pun was used at every possible opportunity. It's safe to say it was all we spoke about. Did I mention that Rich and I are obviously really cool? We spent the next few days, aside from watching Harry Potter of course, just spending time together and wandering around the city. Our hostel had a pool and a jacuzzi and so we spent a good few hours in the hot, bubbling water of the tub. It was absolutely blissful and it took a lot of persuasion on ...
... clothes for interviews. Often the long term unemployed don't have the money to present smartly at interview and this organisation provides clothes to do that. The clothes come from donations but funding is short and so we went to a fund raising wine and cheese evening in the evening. I don't seem to be having any success in maintaining an alcohol free existence since we got up ...
... back in if they suspect a predator is about. Vicki and I did consider how many we could fit in our bags, they are just too cute. We resisted temptation and joined our (mildly racist) bus driver to take us back to the city.
In addition to other totally adult activities we went to the DreamWorks museum exhibition where we learned all about our favourite movies and how they were made. We did take time to go to the actual grown up museum and learn ...
... I won't forget.
In those first few days of being back in Australia we were very much still in traveller mode and saw Australia in that light. For example how good public transport is, whether tourists view Australians as helpful and friendly and how hugely expensive Australia is. Paying an average of $25 for a main meal at a restaurant is ridiculously high, but as is everything else in the country. I guess the high taxes give the added ...