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... any backpacker and we all seem to be of the same opinion. Thank Bruce we only stayed there one day and one night... It's certainly not worth spending any more time than that. Yes, ok... I do love a good rant every now and then (every day), but I was extremely underwhelmed by this place. The Dominos Pizza was probably the highlight of my stay here... I mean, they do have a good deal on down under... A good sized pizza for only $5... That's ...
... Ann, we successfully executed our errands without incident.
For the 'other essentials', there is a Liquor Land happily located immediately behind our building. So we got that going for us .. which is nice.
By 8pm though, jet lag had caught up -- and our planned nighttime sojourn on the beach turned into head nods at the dinner table. Sleep came easily.
... soft golden sand that stretches literally over 2 miles! As we headed down the beach we were welcomed by so many surfers hitting the different waves with lots of tricks to wow us! We had to visit the local market obviously and we both got some little handmade trinkets.
Our friends Garrick and Nabia wanted to show us the real Surfers Paradise and took us out for pizza at a speciality shop in Southport!! We also had to visit the local ...
... other boys stood in the Thrill ride lane, me the kiddy lane, well until I got picked on by everyone and just before I was due to move onto the ride, I changed lane... Not sure I really wanted too, but I thought I had better get the real ride, since It will probably be a few years till we meet again. The nervous wait, very nervous wait, was over and we were up. I am just glad I had Zac to hold my hand through it... Luke dumped ...
... we never felt at risk. Also their coins work differently to ours, where ours increase with value with size (as a general rule) theirs decrease with value increase, so $2 was our 5p and our £2 was there 10p! Woolworths is still thriving in Oz and we did most of our shopping there. Like a lot of companies we've seen, Woolworths was the Australian version of Countdown. It's amazing how many companies have very very similar brands to ours at home or to NZ but with ...