When I set foot in Brisbane for the first time, a weird feeling took over my senses. There I was, at the sixth and final stop of our tour around Australia, but it felt as though I was just starting the journey. Weeks of being in the middle of flat,
Arguably Australia’s most up-and-coming city, Brisbane has gone from ‘big country town’ to modern cosmopolitan international city in less than a decade, and is now a favorite destination for locals and international visitors alike.
Brisbane may be a bona fide metropolis, but it isn’t as bustling or chaotic as other cities. If anything, it isn’t chaotic at all. Despite the concrete pavements and tangled streets, life here seems to move at a gentle pace. We discovered something pleasant at every turn. On our way
As I stood on the edge of the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, I tried to remember the last time I did abseiling (or rappelling, as it is called where I’m from). It brought me to my high school years, when I was a little bit more physically fit and nimble. That
By the time I emerged from the train station, I was almost completely spent. Brisbane is the sixth and final stop in our trip across Queensland and the Northern Territory. Albeit rewarding, it had been an exhausting journey. A good rest would be very welcome. Thankfully, we would be staying