Good-bye, Tangalooma…

We were up “early” this morning, early in time for breakfast; there’s just something about “hotel breakfast” that we like…

Fruits bar:

The usual breakfast ‘suspects’ – hash brown, pancakes, eggs, baked beans, bacon…

Cereal bar – J’s favourite of Coco Pops spotted! 😀

Soup and toast:

J’s very hearty breakfast – she eats a lot for breakfast when we have “hotel breakfast”; that bowl of cornflakes/coco pops is her “dessert”…

We headed for half-an-hour of archery – for free! (Place a deposit of $20 for the bow and arrows, play for half-an-hour then return equipment to get your deposit back.)

Dyane then went for study for an accounting test while John, Abi, Bing Yi and D played a game of volleyball:

This IS beach volleyball! Beautiful sea, fine sand, great sun and awesome friends… Just lacking an ice cold beer perhaps? (Volleyball was borrowed with a deposit of $20 too.)

J was feeling lazy but beachy – she got a tan instead and took in the sea breeze as she enjoyed the view.

Seagulls taking a break from hunting for food – seafood is getting scarce for them as mankind over-consumes their food source; mankind should also not chase the birds as they would be wasting energy, which they may not have, escaping. (That’s what we were told during a ‘Sea Birds Talk’, when we were told of the impact Man is having on the birds, and the educator mentioned not to chase the birds which are resting on the beach instead of hunting in water; we can’t find any articles online to justify that though…)

Who’s that? Yes, Hus that…

No matter what life throws at us, we’ll have each other to love and to hold, through thick and thin, through ups and downs, through richer or poorer for the rest of our lives to eternity with Jesus at the centre of our marriage… 😀


MORE food!

Yes, we over-ate again. 😛

We’ve really enjoyed ourselves 🙂

Good-bye Tangalooma

Everybody’s luggage has been loaded onto the ferry (those metal cases strapped above):

After a 2-hour ferry ride, we were back at the Holt Street Wharf, waiting to collect our luggage:

We headed to the casino for a bit then to Makanan Indonesia for dinner:

That’s one of the best Asian food that Brisbane can boast of; paling in great comparison to Sydney with her wide array of Asian food, leaving them spoilt for choice all the time. 😐

A photo with the musician, who was pretty good.

Makanan Indonesia
4/59 Hardgrave Rd
West End
QLD 4101
Tel: +61 (07) 3846 2111
Hours of Business: Mondays – closed
Tuesdays to Thursdays – 11am to 230pm, 530pm to 930pm
Fridays to Sundays – 11am to 930pm

After going to the domestic terminal to pick up their rental car for their trip to Gold Coast tonight, we headed to 2002 Cyber City at Fortitude Valley for a 3-hour-long session of karaoke:

We’ve missed singing K – our last session was 2 months ago.

2002 Cyber City
206 Wickham Street
Fortitude Valley
QLD 4006
Tel: +61 (07) 3252 7768
Hours of Business: Open 7 days a week – 11am to 2am

They left for Gold Coast after the karaoke session – we’ll see Abigail and Dyane on Monday while we’ll only see John and Bing Yi back in Singapore – take care fellas, we’ll see you later! 😉


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