Although, to be honest, if there's two or more of you just take a taxi.


Suburban station.


Suburban Goth.


How can you not like a city with year-round al fresco dining?


Through a strange twist of urban renewal, the local brewery (XXXX, of course) is smack bang in the middle of what we like to call "Silicon Gully" - the dotcom and IT district. Coincidence?


This is a picture of Brisbane's King George Square. I like to call it What The Fuck Are They Doing To King George Square.


The steps to the clinic, from halfway up. I hope there's not this many to our family-building journey.


Hope on the Hill - the clinic is on the left, behind the trees.


St Steven's in town...


...tourist pitstop, school excursion favourite, and good place to pray after your transfer.


Suburban carpark.


The middle of our street. (Our house not visible).


One of the sprawlingest cities ever. Over 30km later, we reach the northern outskirts from the centre of town.



This is just one stop on the Virtual World Tour! Once you've seen the sights, be sure to pack your bags and travel on to the next destination.


20 Comments

Patience said...

Oh Wow Bea- that is AWESOME!! I feel like I kind of know you IYKWIM without sounding like a stalker!

I so have to get my post written.... xxx

Vee said...

Great shots Bea ! The train station ones are my faves.

Those steps, geez they would kill me !
Thanks for letting me into your part of the world.

Sarah said...

surely you're way more than half-way up the steps by now.

Flygirl said...

Thanks for the peek into your corner of the world. :)

Samantha said...

Great photos, although I have to agree, that's a ton of steps!

KarenO said...

Was great seeing your place! :) Will have my tour up in about 12 hours when it's Monday over here...

steph said...

That's some serious exercise waiting to happen. What do you do if you're in a wheelchair? Or just overweight and lazy?? (0:
Great pics.

megan said...

great pics, bea! thanks for the peek. i must charge my camera battery...

Bea said...

Just so no-one freaks, there is a road at the top of the stairs, so you can get dropped off at the door. I usually come by train, unless I'm on my way to work. Hence - steps. During the OHSS of IVF/ICSI#1 I used car and ambulance.

Bea

Brenda said...

Great pics Bea. Im with you on the King George Square. Everytime I come to the clinic it just looks worse. lol

Hugs
xxx

shazz said...

Thanks for sharing your home Bea.

Baby Blues said...

Nice! I'm going around tomorrow with my camera too. Thanks for sharing.

SaraS-P said...

Thanks for the tour!

I agree that your clinic needs fewer steps!

The Town Criers said...

You're just making me want to visit Australia even more.

Jenna said...

Funny how everything during IF seems to take on a new light, as in, 'here's the place to pray after tx' and 'here's the clinic'... you should have added the stroe where I buy my hpts and the bar where I go after the bfn.
Great shots of the outskirts of town.

Nica said...

HOW ADORABLE! Suburban goths! They're so CUUUUUUUTE!

(please tell them I said so -- goths always like being called CUTE.)

Lara said...

Great pictures! I love the virtual world tour!!!

Cindy said...

Thanks for sharing. Great pics. I loved living in Brisbane

T said...

Love the pics - even the clinic one!

blondie said...

Bea, I didn't know you are a Brisvegan too! Wow.

Great shots. A side of Brisvegas I never knew existed...

:)blondie

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