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... kind of twists and turns and then all of a sudden it releases you and you're a boat again, plunging through water like you've just been converted to back to the log flume section of the ride. This was fairly awesome. After all that excitement we decided it was probably time to grab a bite to eat. So I bought a hot dog and Becky had the chips. We spent most of our lunch fighting off seagulls. The rest of our walk around the park involved seeing (and ...
... retracing our tracks from Monday on the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road. We found the turn in the road where we had seen the car crash ... and found the only (quite small!) potholes, just on the side of the road that I had managed to catch and cause our flat tire. We really had gotten quite unlucky!
A short while further down the roadway, we came upon Pine Creek Road. Our GPS told us to turn left (and that it was 14km ...
... perfect for high school students to study and enjoy.
The day ended on a high, literally as the water skiers glided through the air pulling off menouviers that I myself could never even dream up in my wildest of dreams. Everyone applauded them as the show came to an end and we all exited the same way we entered the park.
All in all I believe Sea World provides a both educational and playful experience that can be enjoyed by all.
... 20m and splash into the water. Luke tried a couple of times but after the gag was placed firmly, we told Zoe that it was just a small river ride. It wasn't until the log became airborne and headed for the sky that she began to worry... A little to late for her to hop out. Zoe's reaction was captured perfectly so we obliged and ordered a print... To keep and ridicule her forever more. It was the first ...
... professionals weaving around the water like a human dolphin! We surfed days on end, whilst the women were competing in the ASP Roxy world tour, a tournament held all over he world where competitors can win 100,000 bucks at each event. Although Max didn't enter, it was a real sight watching the athletes slug it out to experience the glory of winning the first leg held at the Gold Coast. The beauty of being in the water was you could get up close to the Quiksilver and ...