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... we took a trip to the BoysTown house at Kingscliff. BoysTown is a children's charity that, amongst other things, provides Australia's equivalent of the UK's Childline. The charity generates significant revenue by building and then raffling off luxury houses. The one that we had a look around yesterday was an absolute peach and was only about a minute's walk from the beach (http://www.boystown.com.au/lot/lifesty le/443/). We bought our ticket and hope that it is luckier than the other ...
Driving along an infinitely pristine beach, which disappears somewhere on the blue-pink horizon of the evening sun, with high-rises sprouting up alongside of it, I was pretty damn sure that ol'Jeepy spit us out somewhere south of Florida, USA. And if that wasn't the kicker, those uncreative bludgers named a city right after it - Miami. Blimey me! Unfortunate for us surfer hungry photographers however, was so called Surfers Paradise, which seemed ...
... at Melbas and mingling with the players, namely the scottish team because the gals knew Struan so spent a lot of time chatting to and catching up with him. It was a good night, of dancing and mingling but a rough day on Monday. We all woke up sleepy and hungover and had to check out by 10am. We didn't moved far after we'd checked out, we made it to the beach closest to us and all collapsed in a heap and slept in the sun for few hours ...
Today, we went on a school
trip to Currumbin wildlife sanctuary. It was a day filled with shows,
information sessions and full of laughs. We all made
our own way there, some people drove others caught a school bus, I caught the
bus, an hour later, I was there.
The first activity we did was an information session, we
were taught about the history of the park, who the founder was and how long
it’s been running, the park ...
... br> We then headed down to the mall where I bought a sweater, not that I need another one. And Heather bought some cheap undergarments. We were being picked up at 5:30pm so we headed for the hostel to change into warmer clothes around 4:30pm. This is when we met our crazy 70+ year old roommate. No joke. She had a boom box and a binder full of CDs. It looked like she had been there awhile and she was pretty crazy looking. We quickly changed and then got out.