Theme Parks and Goodbyes

So I got off at the wrong bus stop which was actually a good thing for once as I managed to visit the Brisbane museum and the National Art Gallery. The museum was awesome as it had some dinosaurs and sharks but you know, I’m generally confused by “modern” art. Some of the pieces were very strange, I guess I’m not smart enough or something haha. Brisbane is really a lovely city though and I managed to lose and find my UK driver’s license after remembering where I left it…it was in a pub which you had to leave some sort of ID as collateral…for karaoke obviously. Good for me!

Once again I had to say goodbye to some friends who I met on my NZ trip (when will it end??) and it was to one of my favourites. Garreth who you can see below will be bided good on Wednesday and that’ll make me sad. He’s become my boy over the last month or so and I’ll see that loveable rascal when I get back to England.

I love theme parks and the promise of fast paced roller coasters was very appealing to me! This place has got a hyper coaster that goes up to 115 km/h and it is very high. I bloody loved it and wish I could have gone on it more but the queues were quite long for that ride. You can see how high it is on the second photo below this paragraph, it’s the purple track.

This ride got me very wet.

Superman that hoooooooo! Ahem, after the theme park I went to see the Gold Coast and another lovely beach. You know I love beaches right? Still feeling that I was spoilt by Fiji but it was beautiful nonetheless. Thanks to my tour guide for the day for driving me around like a trooper.

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