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... course, just a hearty 80%).
STAY: A rather humid taxi ride later and we were in the hub of Brisbane. We had pre-booked our first night before we arrived there and City Backpackers was the lucky destination (right in the centre of Brisbane). We were checked in by an overwhelmingly friendly (slightly dramatic) backpacker staying at the hostel himself and had a grand tour of our home for the night.
First and foremost was The Fiddler's ...
... quickly, however, we laughed as Tiff sent through the body scanner and I ended up with the explosive testing and ended when Miss Cook was called over the PA. Had to check I had my wedding ring on ..... My face cream must be working as they kept calling me Miss. Hopping on a plane after everything that has happened in the air ...
... over to the children's pool for Jessica to have a splash around. I genuinely think Jessica had a better time drinking the water from the mini fountains rather than actually playing in them. We all had a fun time watching and playing with her in the water. It was a perfect day for hanging out at an outdoor pool. The weather was lovely and hot and there was not a cloud in the sky. Some winter! After some tea and cake, Rich and I parted ways from the others as we headed back to ...
... Appropriately, as we have all spent time in the pharmaceutical industry, the play, The Effect, is about a clinical trial. Two participants in the trial fall in love and the question is whether it is real or a side effect. It's quite enjoyable and we don't have too many criticisms of the structure of the clinical trial itself! Well at least we didn't articulate our criticisms ...
... see what the city has to offer. I had heard nothing but good things and I totally understand why. Our trip started out hectic with me having a pre-flight vomit due to taking my antimalarial medication on an empty stomach (a rooky mistake) and a miscommunication meaning we almost missed our flight. We got to the airport and saw the "final call" sign - this made me clench things I didn't know I had. I am a perpetual early bird. In my mind, if I am not at ...