Condor Ocean View Apartments
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... of them between large flags or they will roll up next
to you in a buggy and tell you off. Surfers can go outside the flags
at their own risk. Thus, the crowd of swimmers is concentrated in a
small area, so body surfing brings the danger of collisions.
I tried to put on my goggles and see
what was down there. Within a second of submersion, a medium-sized
white fish swam by me. Then it disappeared in a swirl of sand. That
was the only fish I saw on the trip. ...
... tricks, dogs doing tricks, competing sides of the arena (we were red - blue won) with dinner and drinks served during the show. It was awesome! The free flowing wine and lack of sleep had got to me by the end of the show and it was home time and off to bed! My first day in Australia was awesome! So good to see my friend from school and from growing up in Glasgow. Felt like we had never been apart. ...
... was another good one and Matty even signed us up for free pancakes for breakfast in the morning. We parked the van and decided to have a wander in to the centre of surfers paradise again to have another look around and to get a few food bits we needed. It took about 30 mins to walk in to the centre, we were so warm we decided on so e frozen yoghurt to cool us down. We sat down and ate that and noticed a huge queue forming next to us. We then realised that Ben and Jerrys ...
... Burra but instead go to Tamborine Mountain. This community has another tree top sky walk. We booked the Tamborine Mountain campground for The weekend. Tonight we will stay just out of Canungra at the Rivereen Campground for $10 per adult per ...
... I prefer facing the wildlife any day!
By the way, we did treat ourselves by renting a cabin for our stay in Noosa. Luxury is trading in a caravan for a two bedroom holiday villa for a week. We loved it!
After Noosa we headed south to Brisbane where we stayed with our friends Luke and De Perrier and their sons Jack and Sam. We met them in Kingston SE in South Australia at the beginning of our trip, we travelled the Nullarbor together and ...