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... located just outside the back gate of the apartment complex. This restaurant has been there for nearly 30 years, and the family that runs it has roots back to the founding of Surfer's Paradise itself.
Alas, despite assurances of the skills of the bar-man, the martini was only just passable --- and my 'twist' looked suspiciously like three olives on a skewer. Being a reasonable sort, none of this stopped me from ...
... represents one needle! Along with this I had to have a routine flu shot, which is when the nurse tried to encourage and reinforce my decision to get immunised by telling me that more than 80% of adults in industrialised countries have not maintained their immunisation status. I believe most of these are already covered in school so I doubt many if any students will need to get their vaccines updated or improved.
I am finally ready to leave. ...
... as ours will get the same treatment.
Today Chris also showed us how the water tanks would sit under the camper. What a ruddy construction job he has done. Blimey it will be hard to move them that is for sure. Welding, and steel are the main components here.
When we bought the water tanks we were going to put them in. Chris and Greg (Chris' carpenter) have marked the holes and we ...
... cheese sandwiches and crisps we decided to hit Mark's favourite water ride. **Calypso Beach - Sit back and relax in a soft tube as you float around the lazy river, drifting through sub-tropical gardens, the remains of a pirate castle and a Caribbean Shanty town.** Mark absolutely loves lazy rivers, where the man made current of the water propels you at a steady pace whilst you lie on our hang onto an inflatable tube. The river was pretty busy this afternoon with empty ...
... and tinted windows.
Plants grow well here and the Gold Coast is very colourful with flowering plants and trees growing everywhere.
In the afternoon we thought we would set out for Brisbane where we had arranged to see Pat and Mary, who used to be our neighbours when we lived at Mount Pleasant road in Auckland. Mary and I met at the baby clinic when we had our first babies so we went ...