River Esplanade Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... super friendly guys age 16-40 all playing pokemon together and having very in-depth conversations about pokemon. It was then I realised I have a rather strange hobby and that is listening to conversation I don't get at all, let it be a convo in Swedish or one about pokemon. And no, I'm not kidding. After the guys got what they had been looking forward to for so long, Kyriakos' cousin drove us home where we hung out on the beautiful verranda with Jason, Sarah and Bjørno. ...
... some of the parallelisms of our lives...fascinating.
We then rented another car...originally ordered a "standard" sized car, but was given a smaller car - Golf Hatchback. This is so much more comfortable to drive than the vans and station wagon we've been dealing with! However, it's still tricky driving on the left side of the road. And just to mess us up, this car has the lane signaller/flicker on the left side - just like at ...
... that used to work for me and the manager that took over my job Jeenie. Jeenie was very nice and we had a wonderful chat. The new church and shop are beautiful. After there Val and I went to visit a long time friend Kushma who has just recently lost her husband Kelvin. It was a very lovely catch-up. I returned home about 5pm to a beautiful evening meal prepared by Peter - what a sweetheart! A wonderful ...
... in the area. They gave me the name of a couple of places... So while I drank my coffee in gave them a call... All full.. Buggar. From where I was sitting near the parapets I could see what looked like a caravan park through the trees. So off I went to take a look. It's a place called Bli Bli. The caravan park is called riverside caravan village BLi Bli. A cabin was only $89 for the night.. Not bad for the area. Going into the cabin I noticed it was very ...
... one there who had a fractured femur and had had surgery and you could see his long scar. Some had IVs and I saw the animal nurse give medications. She also was feeding a baby koala which was literally the size of mz thumb! They also had incubators too...and vidoes about the animals they had saved and rehabilitated. Loved it!
The next morning we got up at a bright and early 3am (actually not so bright lol) to fly out of Brisbane to the Whitsundays.