Artique Surfers Paradise
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Breakfast at 8:30 am. Packing again. 10:00 am check-out. Backpack into luggage room. Doing some online money transfers. Working a bit on the blog. Getting into the shuttle van. Being dropped at the bus terminal (Roma Street). Check-in at the bus terminal - pretty much like at the airport (never had that before). On the bus, 90% backpackers age 18-29. Feeling like an old lady. Gazing out the window. Last third of the bus ride heavy ...
Day 107 We were up promptly his morning and heading towards the Springbrook National Park with Rob and Jane just after eight. The journey soon took us through the forest along winding roads, some of the sides of which simply fell away into wooded valleys. When we were out of the trees there were great swathes of farmland between rocky mountains and every now and then an old wooden house with a veranda. The ...
... beautiful city. Brisbane was well and truly ticked off on the Australian bucket list.
The day we left for surfers paradise, our bus was at 16:00 so we spent the morning and early afternoon avoiding the sun in post office square, utilising Brisbane's free wifi. After a heavy burrito lunch we waddled back to reclaim our luggage and caught the bus to surfers paradise.
I had an image of a medium ...
... flight, from my personal opinion, would be British Airways because the other airlines were either too long with long stop overs or too expensive. Although most flights from Qantas didn't take off and land at ridiculous early or late, they were still long flights or expensive.
I chose to fly with British Airways as their flights were an appropriate cost at $2035 and it landed at 3pm, but I won’t forget to mention the 7 ...
When we first arrived in Jindalee, David and Gesi had suggested we book to go whale watching at Surfers as they had seen cheap tickets on offer on the Internet. Monday was the best day for all, so it was an early start as we had to drive back down to Sufers which is about an hour away and we had to be there by 9am. The weather was perfect and the seas calm so we refused the offer of Kwells. We had not gone far out to sea before the first two Humpback Whales were spotted and we ...