Bel Air on Broadbeach
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... area for Campers and Tents only. Woo hoo our motorhome is now a camper - or so we have decided, so this is a good possibility for the first night accommodation when we pick the camper up. We then drove through the back byways Roadvale (what a cute town) thence Harrisville, Marburg (beautiful) and home the usual route via Esk.
What a wonderful day. Left at 9am and home at 7.15pm and drove over 510km!!!
I decided to spend the morning sunbathing, so after I'd had breakfast and checked out I went a laid by the pool. I've quite enjoyed my time at surfers, even if it has been a little lonely! After sunbathing pretty much all morning Kirsten said she could meet me for 10mins before I leave, I had to pop to Coles anyways to get some bits for lunch, so I waited in town to hear from her but she didn't have time ect.. So I walked back to hostel and had lunch and it started to rain! Was crazy!! ...
... hop in our campervan again. The children immediately fall asleep and we enjoy our drive along a real 3-lane highway towards Gold Coast
Wed. 06NOV; 4pm ROCKPOOL, BROADWATER, GOLD COAST
Remember what I wrote yesterday about Esplanade in Cairns, The Strand in Townsville and South Bank Parklands in Brisbane? Here we are again. We are now at Rockpool in Broadwater at Australia’s Gold Coast. A water playground for the children with huge umbrellas ...
... the market mixes and we enjoyed a rare AFD and early night. After turning in the wind was so persistent I had to take the annexe down and pack away all the outside gear to stop the flapping.
Everything seemed so much better waking this morning after a solid sleep and clear heads. The weather remained pretty patchy, clear and sometimes still periods followed by squally showers. We took a drive down the coast all the way ...
... in the mountains. We were off to see the Natural Bridge and waterfall and the Gondwana glow-worms that live there. You do the trail to the bridge and glow-worms at night, so we bought some torches (flashlights) at the market before we went to light our way along the trail. Once on the trail, if you turn off your torch, you can see the glow-worms like little green lights all around. When we made it to the natural bridge and turned off the ...