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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Babysitting service
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We set off on Tuesday morning in one of Roberts old cars. Little did we know that the air con in it is terrible, so we melted for 2 and a half hours. When we arrived in the Gold Coast it was like paradise, our hotel is right beside the beach and its roasting hot! It's quite strange having a city right beside the beach but it makes it that bit more …
We finally got away from Camooweal around 1:30 in the afternoon. We would have got away earlier but we attempted to put petrol in the car we found the petrol cap was broken and stuck in the locked position. We ended up leaving the servo and heading about a kilometre back down the road to fill the van up with water. While we were there Jase got his …
... was sitting in like mini aeroplanes and you had control of your wings so you could make yourself somersault as they spun you round, one was a huge one but a classic sit in a cart type thing and they whizzed you round. The best one though was called tower of terror. As soon as I saw it I knew I could push myself to do and knew I would love it. It was basically, you sit in the conventional cart thing with 8 or so people, you whizz stupidly fast ...
... I slipped up a couple of times on the second one, I felt relatively happy with them. Lemar seemed happy too for the most part. We sat back and watched through parts of the screen test and then we looked at my photos and showreel. He was fairly thorough and in tune with what I was going for which was a vast improvement from my previous experience with agents. Before I left he handed me a contract and some paper work to look over. I remain dubious for now. I ...
... of his harness being finally secured with a cable tie. Looking like some sort of motley paramilitaries, we walked to the lift, which took us up to the observation deck on floor 77 in less than a minute. Perhaps we looked more like prisoners because the chunky metal runner attached to us via belts and cables capable of holding several tonnes, equipment which would attach us to the building, looked a little like a ball and chain. Ben, who has a healthy respect ...