In these rather interesting times of social distancing and fear we find ourselves trapped at home without a lot to do or much money to do it with. So when the clouds part and the prison doors roll back open again we’d better be ready.
Therefore I do believe the only logical course of action at this moment is to spend the extra down time we have now, mindlessly making plans for later. Because let’s face it, there will be life after Corona.
So what to do when the first humans emerge from their bunkers into the post pandemic, Mad Max Earth? Well I have a few suggestions that you might like to take into account while you’re holiday planning.
Who doesn’t like camels? Oh, lots of people. Well let’s change some minds!
From ice cream to camel feeds, guided tours, a café and even an assortment of self-care products. It’s a bit cliché, but there’s genuinely something for everyone at Summer Land Camels.
The guided tours are of a particularly high calibre and you’ll be sure to end up recommending this one to a few friends.
We do in fact have our very own escape room in Ipswich and it’s pretty damn good if I do say so myself.
With three unique rooms to choose from and regular scenario updates, if you want to reconnect with your loved ones and practise a bit of team building after being isolated for the last few weeks, I can’t think of a better way of doing so.
Animal Encounters is part of a new series of guided experiences in Ipswich, which offers the chance to get up close and personal with some of your favourite Australian mates at the Nature Centre.
It’s also a fantastic point of reference to start rebuilding society and you can be sure the pool of potential prospects will be made up of like-minded individuals with excellent taste.
Don’t forget to have a peak at some of our other guided experiences while you’re here.
It turns out that Brisbane Ghost tours operate significantly within Ipswich and one of their most enthralling experiences is the evening tour of Ipswich Cemetery.
Spend a night with our resident undertaker, Jack Sim and both immerse yourself in a bit of history while learning about some of the darker tails of Ipswich’s past.
Maybe you’re like me and have been withering away on house arrest, nothing but oats to sustain you and no one but a particularly cheeky shih tzu for company.
Then it could be a good call to vacate the shelter and re-enter civilised society with a platter of different dining options. See here for some of the finest joints in town to chow down and re-ignite your pallet.
What’s that? My list isn’t big enough?
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