Shorebreak Hotel, A Joie De Vivre Hotel
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This series of pictures was created at Costco (not Walmart in the end) and I can't even imagine how much effort it took to put them all together - but thanks Glen, you have tickled our funny bone and given us many laughs out loud.
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So I found a seat near the area and plugged in my iPhone to charge it.
I looked at my iPad and people watched until we were called to the gate and started boarding.
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... else along this route that day. The flatness of Australia is also something to experience and the few occasions you're elevated for a bit you just see 360 degree views of perfectly flat horizon with a few inconsistent and singular hills. That afternoon we stopped in Rubyvale for lunch and did a spot of fossicking which is where you purchase a bucket of wash for $10 and you spend 30min or so putting the rock and rubble from your bucket through a coarse mesh siv and then rinsing ...