Cavvanbah Beach House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... crested we would dive like dolphins beneath the crashing waters. It was a great workout and a pretty special experience to swim among such large waves. In the later afternoon Darren produced a boogie board and Ryan and I took turns riding the waves. Again, there was a strong current that pulled you down the beach so we would start ahead of our beach towels and when we reached them would get out and walk back to our starting point and go again. There was no way you could get ...
... by a broken welcome sign that reads Chill out (Emma), slow down (Julia) and cheer up (Paul) - it's like they knew we were coming. It's hard when your going home to an English winter. There's a lake, a pool and some communal showers, a carbon copy of every other none too descript camp site along the East Coast. Instead of the wrinklies in their commutation pension busting campers, the clientele were young, elephant trouser wearing pot heads. The sun was ...
... two reasonably happy people again.
Don’t ever let anyone tell you Wgtn is a windy place. We have winds all the time we have been back, gale force ,strong and really annoying cos its tossing the pollen everywhere. I think we have had one day since we have been back without wind.
So then two days before we were due to leave( Sunday 26th) for Yeppoon. I slipped on a sand bag and slowly slipped down ...
... my hostel around 9pm and head straight to the social area outside where I recognise some people from surf camp (Jacob and Tom) which is nice and also meet a nice German girl called Rita. We head out to Cheeky Monkeys, which is literally across the road from us, for some drinks and dancing on the tables ...
... out of Surfers Paradise. We decided to spend a few hours in a theme park called 'Movie World'. It would be rude not to, as the Gold Coast is famous for being Australia's Playground. It was very similar to Universal, except more centred around your superhero characters; batman, superman, wonder woman etc. It wasn't very busy at all, so we were able to do all the rides we wanted to do in the morning and be on our way by lunch time.
Our first ...