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    Brisbane is actually quiete a cheap trip compared to Melbourne, Adelaide.

    I stayed at bunk backpackers whilst I stayed on my own it was worth it $28 Saturday night, $26 Sunday night. Birdi num nums was next door which was a pool and spa. Had some of the Newcastle lunatics stay there too so I had abit of a chat with them post game on Sunday. Quite close to all the night clubs as it's in fortitude valley so for the younger guys that are single it's fun.

    Good away trip will do my absolute most to be up there for the next game at suncorp.
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    Mangoes? You should try eating it first before you hate it. I'm sure after you have tasted it, you will love it.

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    Does bunk backpackers have a pool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GazFish35 View Post
    Does bunk backpackers have a pool?
    Well the birdi num nums bit has a pool which is right next door. Also very close to a major bus route to the city, basically jumped on the bus and could drop me off right near the Caxton hotel.

    What type of price are people willing to pay for accommodation on away trips?
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    Mangoes? You should try eating it first before you hate it. I'm sure after you have tasted it, you will love it.

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    I heard you had a few neknominations up in Brissy, SD?
    OK

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    Quote Originally Posted by pv4 View Post
    I heard you had a few neknominations up in Brissy, SD?
    Can confirm two nominations took place, where in both instances SD spat the half strength Bourben and Coke back up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pv4 View Post
    I heard you had a few neknominations up in Brissy, SD?
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    Can confirm two nominations took place, where in both instances SD spat the half strength Bourben and Coke back up.
    No comment what I can confirm is that I told the bar staff to put never tear us apart on followed by 20 of us singing it with our scarves raised.
    Quote Originally Posted by benfathers45 View Post
    Mangoes? You should try eating it first before you hate it. I'm sure after you have tasted it, you will love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superdylan View Post
    Well the birdi num nums bit has a pool which is right next door. Also very close to a major bus route to the city, basically jumped on the bus and could drop me off right near the Caxton hotel.

    What type of price are people willing to pay for accommodation on away trips?
    If it is near the Train Station in Fortitude Valley SD you could also jump that too to get into town. if I remember right it is only one stop into the city and 2 to Roma St
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    Double-eff-aye should introduce a 3rd division and dump these ice addict welfare living scumbags straight there. dont even let them get their stink anywhere near 2nd division.

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    Wasnt sure who to ask so Ill stick it here...

    Couple of questions for the Wanderers away game - what train will everyone be getting (hopefully minus lovely bikie wife derro ladies) aanndd
    - pub/drinky venue before hand and what time.

    Im sure these will be answered later in the week, but when waitong for EPL to stary such wuestions run through a girls mind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    Wasnt sure who to ask so Ill stick it here...

    Couple of questions for the Wanderers away game - what train will everyone be getting (hopefully minus lovely bikie wife derro ladies) aanndd
    - pub/drinky venue before hand and what time.

    Im sure these will be answered later in the week, but when waitong for EPL to stary such wuestions run through a girls mind...
    If I remember right last time coming back from there we had a couple of blokes on the train who looked like they had just got out on parole after 15-20years inside
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    Double-eff-aye should introduce a 3rd division and dump these ice addict welfare living scumbags straight there. dont even let them get their stink anywhere near 2nd division.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFKS View Post
    If I remember right last time coming back from there we had a couple of blokes on the train who looked like they had just got out on parole after 15-20years inside
    Yeah buddy thats every Newcastle train! Thats why I need my big strong Jets supporters to protect me! I should have a couple of guys with me anyways, thanks though

    But yeah keep us updated on plans when theyre made!

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    Bus to Gosford is going ahead tomorrow and we have some extra seats available, so any supporters wishing to go by bus please call Sid Foggs today on 49281088 to book your seat.
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