On our second-to-the-last day in Brisbane, we decided to get out of dodge.
We hopped on the train and headed south to the Gold Coast, out to where the locals hung. We met up with a friend (and native), Kay Russell, who took us on the insider’s tour of the area. We definitely learned a lot! (That’s another blog!)
And when we got back to Brisbane, we headed straight to another local spot, Tukka Restaurant, to sample some native berries, nuts and meats, including kangaroo. (OK, I didn’t actually eat the kangaroo. I just couldn’t. Not after I hand-fed some of its relatives!)
This was exactly what we had wanted to do — see the local hangouts and taste the unique offerings of Australia.
It was an adventurous day for us, and we lived to blog about it!
Brisbane at night
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mmmmmmmmmmm so good
In all seriousness. Can I put your video on my blog?
What a great trip. Definitely going to add it to my list.
Very nice beaches.
CAT: Great Fuud Pix! Tenks! BTW were any of the nuts macadamia?
I knew, when I saw that you posted 43 pictures, that there would be food in there. There is food, and more food. It all looks incredible, but I had to pause at the possum wrapped in quail. Keep travelin’ Cat. I can live throuth your blog and camera lens.