Bel Air on Broadbeach
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... for their 5 day trip. When Stacey tried to take some out some of the socks, Brett kept putting them back in!! Little did Stacey know that Brett had actually hidden an engagement ring in one of the pairs as he was going to propose to her while on a shark dive there. As history goes Brett did end up packing his 20 pairs of socks and proposing to Stacey during that holiday.
In the meantime, Brett had been watching Stacey patiently as he began to gather his ...
Day 111 Not long after we got up, we headed north up the coast with Jane to buy Ben some shorts. Although there was a limited selection of men's clothes at Rivers, it included a perfect pair. He changed into them as soon as he got back. As the weather wasn't fantastic, we did some travel admin, planning our conquest of Latin America. Although we are looking forward to the next leg of our journey, we are having a fabulous time in Australia ...
Today we arrived at the Gold Coast. It was raining when we got here but after a day or so it cleared up and the sun is shining again!
We met up with friends who live on the Gold Coast. We holidayed with them last year in Fiji so it was great to see them again. Trav & Fiona are the parents and the kids are Kiara, Kai & Levi.
We met for lunch at the Southport Yacht Club. The parents chatted while ...
... doors. He had also made sure that the right hand interior door can be opened without having to open the left hand barn door.
On Tuesday we received photos of the finished bathroom including door and external walls. We were most excited to receive them. Today we saw and touched those walls and that was very special. Chris regaled us with a demonstration of how he fitted into the bathroom and how his posterior kept getting stuck to the glue on ...
Well now that the inside resembles a gutted whale I thought I should remove all the aluminium edging to se what lies beneath.
Bugger....holes, lots of holes! As I removed the roof/cladding edge moulding I found very large holes in the roof. A couple were 2cm long others weren't big but would leak. So I used my fantastic aluminium weld and ...