BEST WESTERN Central Plaza Apartments
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... see the person you were just clinging to, getting smaller and smaller.
I didn't get to do a water touch, which I opted for this time, but I did feel like I got a second bungy jump in that one as my rebound was so big I ended up almost at the top again.
Honestly, I still can't believe I did it. I was terrified and frozen but that one small moment where you decide not to be scared is enough to get you off that tower and into an experience you will never ...
... t be ***** to wait around and got a couple of bottles instead. We love our goon - it seems a hell of a lot cheaper to buy wine that way as opposed to in a bottle!! So we got home, got some drinks, relaxed and Doug put the dinner on. We watched sanctum on our 50 inch TV with blu ray player! And Doug cooked us a ragu pasta. A lovely laid back day before we see Amy tomorrow for God knows what :) ...
... dreaming of them. It was a sort of wallabies/wombat looking creature who was very playful and friendly, so b tells Brandyn to touch it, so he does, then he tells him to throw his slop, so Brandyn asks will he fetch it, so b says he does tricks, anyway Brandyn throws his slop all the way in to the bush and says fetch, b turns to Brandyn and says it's not a dog its a f******* wombat...lol..anyway this had us in stitches for a while picturing Brandon's face.. Sorry Brandyn! Day ...
... on the beach then swam out to the trampoline. It got busy quick, but we got to bounce on it for a bit, then I jumped overboard.
We headed back to the beach and went to the rental hut again to see about getting a paddle board. Was $20 for an hour so we got one. It was quite hard to do with 2 people on it but I managed it. Fair to say we fell in quite a few times. Took it in turns to have a go on our own and was so much easier, but ...
... we're all cleared to actually do the actual dive which, as it would happen, ends up going all of ten metres down, linking arms the whole way like some barnyard knees-up to reach a spot devoid of all life and colour and, who should be there to greet us in the murky under-pontoon flatness, but our favourite camera-wielder. And that was it: ten minutes of passing the ******, old sign down the line (I have to say, linking bloody arms was a bloody joke. First of all, it is ...