Brisbane to Gold Coast Seaway

We left Brisbane at daybreak, found a 24 hour fulel dock at City Gate Marina, dropped $120 on diesel/petrol and filled our totally empty water tanks. It felt good to be on the move. The longer I was in Brisbane, the more I liked it, but I because simultaneously less and less enaboured of the […]

Little victories.

I delight in the fact that Queensland does not have daylight saving. I do not delight in waking up with the sun at a quarter past five every morning, but I’m learning to cope. But today, even at that early hour, I could tell that the day was going to be a hot one. Fact: […]

Brisvegas

Unintentionally we arrived in the school holidays, meaning there were library activities aplenty… but there was also the scourge of the homeschooler – Other Kids Everywhere. We like the other kids, we do – but in horde proportions? Only just tolerable. Yesterday, however, Queensland children Went Back To School. We…went to the State Library, the […]

Yeppoon – Cape Capricorn – Lady Musgrave – 1770 – Bundaberg: the Mothership and T sign on for a week at sea.

After returning from flitting around the globe, the Mothership and T were keen to go and stay with friends of theirs who have a holiday house in Bargara (hi Kaye!)- right near Bundaberg. The Mothership had nana-yearning to see Small DB for her seventh birthday… By the time we were on Middle Percy Island M […]