Chevron Palms Holiday Apartments
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... Brisbane Area TransLink GoCard actually gives you free transport
after nine trips in one week. We all hit that limit this weekend, so
got the majority of our travel free! Awesome! It saved us a whack of
change. For how expensive TransLink is, at least they give you the
ride was uneventful. We zoned out and chatted a bit.I
got home tired and hungry, reheated some Indian and picked at other
bits before unpacking and going to bed. What a weekend!
Today when I woke up I did my homework. Then we went down the road for a bit of brunch. Riley and I had a separate table to mum and dad. I had a ham and cheese croissant. When we got back Riley played Lego while I did my homework. I did that until lunch and then we ...
... get in Spain and is full of the people stood outside restaurants and bars trying to get you in with their various promotions. We had a drive through and before we knew it we'd seen all of the Gold Coast. I'm not sure but I think I always though that The Gold Coast was a vast area and you can literally drove it in 20/30 mins. That definitely surprised us both. Matty was determined to get some fishing done today so we drove and drove to try find some bait. Finally we found ...
... have the sites directly along the creek. They are designed for family entertainment with laser skirmish, mini golf, man made glow worm cave, Fossickers mine and adventure course. Paul Hooper joined us on Sunday. He arrived about 11.30am. We had lunch then went in Paul's car to The Gallery Walk which is a tourist street of shops. We had boutique beers at the Fortitude Brewery on Long ...
... camera and no rain gear! We made our escape towards the car and holed up there for a few minutes until the worst of the deluge had passed. At ten to twelve, we made our move, leaving the camera in the car but heading to nearest patch of beach. The fireworks didn't disappoint and we were treated to a lavish ten minute display as we gazed over the water from our vantage point on the sand. The smoke retained the shape of the fireworks that had ...