Didnt have wifi in Brisbane so will now tell you about our long wait in Brisbane.
We ended up going to sleep at about 6am and waking up at 8am (not good!) Jon and Helen, one of Georgia's family friends had left us a note asking us to contact them. So we rang them and they were very welcoming and said they would pick us up at 12.30 and show us round Brisbane. They took us to Southbank which is on the river, facing the city centre. We had a delicious lunch at an Italian restaurant called Popolo. We all shared tiger prawns (amazing!), suckling pig and a pancetta pizza (interesting variety!). Afterwards we went for a walk up the Southbank where they showed us the ballet and opera house. As we were walking along we were surprised to find a beach in the middle of the city, this is a very popular place as the coast is an hour's drive away!
Later on in the day we visited Mount Coot-tha and saw the stunning view of Brisbane. (will show in photos). By this point we were getting quite tired from all the travelling and Olive's tummy was hurting, so when we got to Jon and Helen's lovely house in the suburbs of Brisbane, Jon, a surgeon, had a look at Georgia's finger and examined Olive's tummy... it turned into a bit of a hospital room! The outcome was Olive's tummy pain could've been a suspected Appendicitis and Jon and Helen both very positive people said everything would be fine and they just needed to observe her. So we carried on and had a delicious spag bol and fruit salad! Jon then very kindly drove us back to our Ibis Hotel and agreed that he would take us to the airport in the morning so he could check on Olive's tummy to see that everything was alright.
Write again soon.