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Day 113 The bike ride had taken its toll when we woke up this morning and Kori found that her legs were very painful. The Green family were up bright and early and went with Will to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to navigate the high ropes course. We had planned to catch them up and use the passes that we got for Christmas but it seemed foolish to be on our feet on a day when Kori's legs were hurting so much. ...
... as soon as I did, I realised it was trying to send me to the Gold Coast via the New England Highway heading SOUTH !!!
I pulled over to the side of the road and looked at the road atlas and showed Doug exactly where we were … did another “U-ey” and away we went …. All the time the Garmin was trying to send us in the opposite direction to where we needed to go. In about 3 mins, I was on the New England ...
So excited to see Vincent this week. He is indeed getting an expert makeover. As per usual we can only heap loads of praise on Chris. His workmanship, attention to detail, and pride are, quite honestly, second to none. We are very impressed. As an example of this the compartment hatches; water tank inlets; and the power point inlet are matched perfectly in alignment.
This week Chris has completed so much:
Doors to outside hatches - now fitted. It took Chris ...
We arrived back on home soil new years eve and Andrew and Mistie were there to greet us at Brisbane. We have been away for 1 year and 3 months.
First meal back in Australia. Context: we arrived in BNE around 8:30pm (new years eve). Driving back to Gold Coast, stopped at a few take away along the way but all closing. Then had to head into Surfers Paradise and that was where everyone was.
We flew from PP to Singapore first, but had ...
... enjoys nothing better than a thrilling 30 second ride down a water flume. After a 45 minute drive along the coast and heading in land we reached 'Wet & Wild'. Parking up and queuing for 30 mins we finally made our way to the locker section, stripped off and blinded the Aussies with our startlingly white limbs slathered in SPF 30 waterproof sunscreen :-) I decided to leave my flip flops in the locker. Mark decided to take his with him. Who made the best decision will ...