Brisbane, Queensland, January 2016.
Hey guys, I hope you are doing good! I’m back today with the pictures from my trip to Brisbane 8 weeks ago. After I went back from my trip to the Great Ocean Road, I was still waiting for companies to get back to me about my applications, in the hope of getting an interview. My wanderlust was at the top of his game and I profondly needed to fulfill it. So I planed a two weeks trip. The city on the top of my list was of course Sydney. Then I choose Brisbane according to the cheapest tickets flight that I could get. But it didn’t disappointed at all!
So my journey started on January 29th and the first city that I visited was Brisbane. I stayed there for 4 days. It was actually the first time ever that I traveled by myself, I mean I moved to Australia alone but it’s not the same thing when you’re travelling for holidays, so it was the first time I went on holidays by myself and I quite liked it! I never thought of travelling alone before and it is such a shame because I feel like I missed on travels I really wanted to do. But because I wasn’t able to travel with someone I just given up the idea of going and it actually never crossed my mind to go by myself. I am very glad I did it now and I will definitely go by myself in the future if no one is available or interested in going. It is such a nice experience and it makes you step out of your confort zone.
Same thing here for Brisbane, I will do a city guide article soon but after I got to visit it with Emilien, so I will have more things to share with you guys. So for now here are a few of my favorites:
*WHERE TO SLEEP*
Bunk Backpackers (website)
11 Gipps St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
*WHERE TO EAT*
Lost Boys (website)
694 Ann St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
KIN + Co (website)
24 Macquarie St, Newstead QLD 4005
Miss Bliss (website)
85 Venture St, West End
*WHAT TO DO*
– Wander down the CBD at night
– Have a swim at Southbank parklands (website)
– Have a pic-nic at the city Botanic garden
– Walk along the Brisbane river
-Take a cruise on the Brisbane river
– Pay a visit to the Queensland cultural centre