Travel Blogs from Brisbane
... shock of getting back to reality.
On the road for so long, we became accustomed to living out of a backpack, sleeping in a variety of accommodations including budget hotels, tents, hostels, homestays, and on trains, planes and buses. Our days rolled on with something to look forward to, somewhere to go, and amazing sights to explore. We got used to having to go and seek exotic foods, whether that be a restaurant or from a street vendor. We were at home with ...
... pretty tired so we settled into our hospital-like hotel room, brought dinner from a vending machine, had our first look at Chinese money, ate some of the chocolate that Ryan had so kindly given Jade and attempted to have an early night. This was unsuccessful for me and I spent most of the night tossing and turning and worrying that I had forgotten something very ...
... the bikes to start the muster. As the herd are used to doing this every Friday they knew exactly what to expect, but this will be completely different out in our jobs where the castle are rarely mustered and a lot more wild.Rance decided to give us a good laugh by holding the horses back and following the bikes whilst they attempted to start the muster. What a disaster, but we certainly got our laughs! Sander kept stalling his bike and then him and Jeff ...
... from theirs at 10pm and met Kylie and co. We went to their hostel bar and stayed there until about midnight. The music was really good but then when we went to find another place that the DJ had recommended, I didn't have my ID and couldn't get in. I went back to their hostel with Kylie and we stayed in. Day 3 Rory and Kylie got up early and went to Brisbane Zoo which is the famous Steve Irwin zoo. I met Nick for ...
... Being the eager beaver that I was, I made sure I was first in line for the photos and gave him my sweetest smile as he placed this terrifying-looking creature tentatively on my shoulders. I happened to be wearing a floral headpiece that I’d bought in the tie dye rainbow shop in Byron Bay and I saw him looking at it. ‘That’s a very nice headband’ he said, ‘My daughter would love it.’ Darn on two counts. One that he was evidently taken. The other, ...
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