Documenting My Trip To Brisbane, In The Midst Of The Covid 19 Pandemic (Part 2)

Alright then, Part 2 of the three-part series from my trip to Brisbane.

Dropping this link here before we begin, because I would have this playlist in the background, as I went about my nights in Brisbane. 😏

Like in Part 1 of my memories from the Brisbane trip, I apologize if some of the images are not sequenced chronologically. And I will let the pictures do the talking, rather than me typing stuff.

To kick things off, a vlog from my trip that was on my YouTube Channel:

And with that out of the way, let’s get into the images. Like I have said before, these were all shot on my iPhone and weren’t edited. So pretty basic images, like that.

Connie Yan
Alright, I shopped only for the globe to be locked down and never get the opportunity to wear those outfits
Places to drink in Brisbane
The watermelon cider was just about alright
Places to drink in Brisbane
At the rooftop at W Hotel, Brisbane City
Connie Yan
I have been ruining selfies since they were invented
Connie Yan
Post food coma
Connie Yan
Connie insisted on trying Indian food and if I am honest, it was pretty delicious
Australia Travel Blog
Heading downstairs to fetch Connie in the morning, when she came over from her place.
Australia Travel Blog
Heading to Cafe 63 (where else) to fetch breakfast
Where to eat in Australia
Breakfast from, you guessed it, Cafe 63
Australia Travel Blog
Bundaberg Ginger Beer is the one beverage I would want to drink every summer evening!
Connie Yan
Just a happy face I guess
Connie Yan
Connie was allowed a glass of wine because I was driving that night
Where to eat in Brisbane
Apparently the best beef steak in Brisbane, according to Connie, is at Fiasco’s Steakhouse at the Morrison
Where to eat in Brisbane
Morton Bug, reminds me of the Face-Hugger from the Alien Movie franchise
Connie Yan
Look at that Ice Cream smile, at La Macelleria Gelataria
Connie Yan
Was finally allowed to drive Connie’s car that night
What to drink in Brisbane
New found love – alcoholic ginger beer
Where to eat in Brisbane
Ham and Cheese Croissant for days at Cafe 63 (yet again)
Connie Yan
Brekkie (at cafe 63 of course) with a view
Where to eat in Brisbane
Ham and Cheese Croissants are the best brekkie, don’t @ me
Connie Yan
One man’s “bad pictures” are another man’s “goofy pictures”
Where to eat in Brisbane
Sushi Train
Allen Claudius
Love isn’t a walk in the park. Lol.
Ginger Beer
Imagine if this ever launched in India?
Allen Claudius
Took a picture of my Air Jordan 1s at the Airbnb
Connie Yan
Forever on her phone
Where to eat in Brisbane
Scrambled Eggs and Salmon with Toast at Café 63, the only café I was taken to
Connie Yan Dog
Play buddies, Connie and Milo
Connie Yan Brisbane Boyfriend
And I thought I would get to shop!
Connie Yan
Waiting on the order at Blockhouse
Where to eat in Brisbane
Blockhouse Bar
Connie Yan
When Work From Home is life
Allen Claudius
Had forgotten to pack the toy I had got Milo
Connie Yan
Was supposed to be date night, till Byron crashed the night
Allen Claudius
I used to call you on your cellphone from February 2018, till you blocked me everywhere.

All of these images, were shot on my iPhone and were mostly posted on stories. If you aren’t already, do follow me on Instagram @bowtiesandbonesblog

2 comments

  1. Greetings from Carolina! I’m bored at work so I decided to check out your website on my iphone during lunch break. I really like the knowledge you present here and can’t wait to take a look when I get home. I’m shocked at how fast your blog loaded on my mobile .. I’m not even using WIFI, just 3G .. Anyhow, fantastic blog!

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