So after 22 hours of flights and 5 hours of airport sitting. We arrived in Aussie Land.
The immigration process was super smooth. Took about 3min for all our family to go through immigration system. They seem to have it downpacked.
Now once you arrive on an international flight into australia you will walk through immigration and then get your bags from baggage claim and then you re check them in and get on a shuttle to the domestic terminal to get on your next flight. So all that went very well.
Then we got on our flight from sydney to Brisbane and its just an hour flight.
We arrived and got picked up in our airport shuttle van which take 6 persons and 12 bags. And we had 17 bags total. But it all fit in the van no issues.
We arrived at our apartment for thr next 2 months such a beautiful apartment right on the beach of Scarborough. Its about 35min from brisbane.
We really love our new apartment. We then walked on the beach to the towns nearby.
And we also found out on sundays they close the road in Redcliff to have what they call sunday market.
With lots of food and arts and crafts it was a perfect experience for us on our first day in nraisbane australia.
Then the evening came along and the moments change to a mode of me being super mom.
Had to take Destiny, my oldest to the emergency room. Which remember its 1am and this is a really small beach town so people are sleep for sure.
Well thank God for uber. It took 23min for uber to arrive but he did and took us to emergency room at 1:24am
We live 6min drive from the hospital. The nurses there are super nice took us in fast since asthama attack is considered category 1 emergency here since their weather here is an asthma risk weather.
But since we are tourist and dont have health insurance she told me she will put her on the nebulizer and if that helps then great but if that does not work then she will have to admit Destiny.
As always God got this one too…so after about 30min on the machine. Destiny breathing was clear and she is back at 99% and ok to go home.
From what the nurse said health care in australia is super expensive with insurance. And suggest we get a new nebulizer early tomorrow morning since she will need it in this town(we had one but it broke when we hooked it up this morning and its 220v so not sure why)
But we got through the emergency issue and we went home and all is great.
So over all our experience in Queensland australia is been great.
Our first meal in Scarborough
This is us
We made it
At the sunday market in Redcliff
She is loving the weather
The Bee Gees walking alley…
Marcus singing “staying alive ”
Emergency with my oldest..
At the emergency room
Queensland Australia Exploration Continues….