- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... afternoon, we returned back "home". I was planning to head back into the city, but three hours later I found myself still sitting on the verranda with Jason and Sarah. Yes, I definetly had fallen in love with that verranda where it was sort of possible to escape to heat and where you could enjoy a nice view of Brisbane while Jason played us some songs on his guitar. That evening we went to a night market. We drooled over all the amazing food they had and the guys made fun of ...
... duties to attend to, so why not do it where the sky is always sunny and the temperature is comfortably warm? I've been paddle boarding, swimming, walking, hiking, running and enjoying the shops and restaurants. Today we visited the aquarium - Sea Life Underwater World. We're sorry to have to leave this place tomorrow...but we're off to Tasmania next. Our next stop will be completely different from the Sunshine Coast....stay tuned.
... kept driving. Northern New South Wales is undergoing an enormous amount of roadworks, currently rebuilding around 50 kilometres of the highway in areas stretching from Port Macquarie to Ballina. Very slow going! But, we eventually reached the Queensland border, stopped to make tea at a truck stop in Coomera, and drove through to a rest stop in Glenview. I am continuously amazed at the size of our wonderfully diverse country. Now time for a well deserved snooze for us ...
... soup rice etc for the next few days.. And seeing as I was in the right state... A big brown bottle of Bundaburg ginger beer. I decided to get Thai for tea.. And thoroughly enjoyed it. Now watching the idiot box and typing up this blog. All in all I only covered 212km today as the crow flies... More actually with backtracking and stuff so not sure where to go tomorrow... Bundaburg is only 268km up the road and I don't need to be there for another two days. Maybe ...
... face a fine. I'll be 'helping the housekeeping team out', maybe they'd like me to clean the loo, fix the blind and give it a sweep too.
As the youngest on the barge cruising the canals it fell to me to get all excited about feeding sardines to the pelicans as we went. I didn't need any encouraging although their strange white rubbery sack type beaks finishing in a little dark hole were a bit weird. A shower and two hand washes later I still have fish fingers.