Toowong Central Motel Apartments
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wombats. I did the boxes and at the Southerns got to go through the
longest concrete tunnel yet!! Highlight of the day, my friends! I
scraped my hipbone to heck, but it was so worth it! I swear, I was a
wombat in a past life...
Celeni and I went to morning tea (I
took a picture of Holly upside-down in her burrow, which was possibly
the cutest thing ever). Then, we started bat food and then scrubbed
out the Tassie devil pond (plus a clean). ...
... br> my way to Eagle Street Pier to stake out a spot. The centre of
downtown was oddly empty because everyone was concentrated on the
riverbanks. I found a great spot with a sweet view of the Story
Bridge, where many of the fireworks would be based. I found out they
would be discharging over 6,000 fireworks that night from the tops of
skyscrapers, bridges, and the riverbanks! Wow!
The airshow started at 17.00, so I came
as various ...
... wet and
started to cool down. Luckily, the rain stopped before I got frigid,
so I had time to recover. I had a dorky plastic poncho, but didn't
see the rain coming, so did not bring my jacket. So, for the last
hour or so, I joined a handful of other keepers in looking for Sumo.
No luck. Mai was all sorts of worried for the little guy. She kept
imagining him in fallen in the gully and drowning. Poor woman! She
didn't care if he refused to come down off ...
... now blocked by skyscrapers. Lastly we visited the Saturday markets where we each brought a bracelet with 3 charms. I chose a leather bracelet with a teapot, a passport and a plaque reading 'find joy in the journey'. I said bye to Hanna promising to meet up again in Perth as we would both be there around the same time, travelling in opposite directions. I then got the train to the airport, ready to go back to Darwin where it all began ten and a half months ...
... couch surfers who had perfected the art of living on almost no money I was confident we could now go travelling and I would not need as much money as I thought (as long as we watch our spending).
The week before we left was an epic rush. Fortunately we had thought of this before hand and had started the process of selling all our stuff about 2 months before we left which made it managable. We sold our first car and boat early on and slowly sold lots of furniture in the ...