Brisbane International - Rocklea Motel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Got into Brisbane about 4pm, had to wait a little while the the bunk shuttle rolled up. It gets worse every time I see it. Got to bunk and checked in, were in J201, did ask about J102 but it was full. There was one bottom bed that we couldn't decoded if it was free or not, in the end we just claimed it.
Went to the bar and got our free food. Headed to Woolworths then and got some food, then ...
... Our plan was to visit The Gallery of Modern Art but we instead ended up, after some confusion, in another art gallery, which was rather abstract for our personal taste. On our walk back to Chris' we got caught in an Australian summer storm which is not what we were expecting and we arrived craving hot showers rather than a dip in the pool. That evening, treating the house as if it were are own, we made dinner and had a few drinks before meeting the guys at ...
Our first lie in was bliss, still woke up early but had breakfast and a cuppa tea in bed and got out at 9am. I gave my nan a quick call to check up on the cats, a 5 minute phone call that cost $24, don't think I'll be making too many of those! It was raining this morning, so we decided to go to the Science Museum that someone had recommended to us, only we got there and it is closed on Sundays. We wandered further down ...
... you used to take for granted in Australia that you no longer will? D) How have you changed by going on this trip? E) What have you learnt about the world/Nepal or yourself by going on this trip? It would be impossible for me to try to answer any of those questions on behalf of the group but I know you all gave fantastic and unique responses ...
... for me to hear an Australian voice shouting '******' in the distance. The worst of it is, there was no way I was gonna get out of the car at this point in case I got chinned by some of our neighbours so I had to sweat it out for another hour in hiding. It was a rather frosty reception when I sheepishly appeared, apparently some of the other campers on site had been directing obscenities at us for quite some time.
The fishing wasn't quite as successful ...