For the first time ever, all of us took bus together from Woolloongabba to the city of Brisbane.
We were back to the Brisbane's Queen Street Mall once again. Queen Street is still as crowded as it always is, even on Mondays...
The loving couple, Jojo and David.
Brisbane City Hall is a historical and elegant heritage-listed function venue located in the city centre which was built during the 1920s.
We only stayed for a short while before moving on for lunch in the food court.
As my regular readers know, Japanese food is one of my favorite cuisines.
So this time around, we ordered Japanese Curry Prawn Rice and Teriyaki Fish Rice with no surprises. Of course, we did not miss out the chance to taste the delicious Vietnamese Teriyaki Pork and Prawn Rice Paper Rolls.
A local historical church.
Roma Street Station, Brisbane. It's located somewhere near Spring Hill but closer to the CBD.
The train arrived at Platform 9 as soon as we get to the waiting area.
That's my boi laughing...
Jim looking cool in the photo...
Believe it or not, it was my second time taking train, LoL!
Sitting, waiting, and chatting on the train...
It took us about 15 minutes to get to RNA Showgrounds for 'Ekka' Brisbane Exhibition. The exhibition lasts for 10 days, started from August 7 to 16.
P.S. Stay tuned for more interesting stories and photos of Ekka Exhibition.