Copacabana Apartments Gold Coast
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- Swimming pool
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... to Surfers
Paradise. We arrived just in time for check-in. The others rolled in
and we filled out paperwork and generally got excited.
SkyPoint is the tourist attraction at
the top of the Q1 building, which is full of luxury apartments to
rent. There is also a spa... At the tippy top, on the 77th
floor, is the Observation Deck, restaurant, bar and several
conference and event venues. That day, there was a wedding reception
being held ...
... drove 20 mins away to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary for the day.
The first thing I did was cuddle and hold a koala for a photo with the family. My first encounter with a koala and she was called Peppermint. I got to feed kangaroos too! Saw wallabies, a cassowary, a quokka, tree kangaroos, dingoes, freshwater and saltwater crocodiles, a wombat, a Tasmanian devil, a emu, bearded dragon ...
... Well we ate loads of free ice cream and got loads of free Ben and Jerrys merchandise. Wednesday Free pancakes! This morning was pancake day!! I missed It at home so this was my making up time. They were served with ice cream, james and maple syrup. I don't think I've ever had pancakes and ice cream but it was surprisingly good. Maybe not for breakfast though. We decided to head inland abit today and go to the glow worm caves. It took about 40 minutes to get there and was ...
... Falls, Wingboola Falls, Emerald Falls, Poojabinya Falls, to the Border Track to Toolona Lookout along Mount Bithongabel and back to O'Reilly's. I found this walk a challenge not for fitness or strength but for the conditions. We went right into the heart of the rainforest. We had to remain alert as we were constantly walking on wet slippery rocks on the edge of cliffs, on moss slippery rocks and ...
... really a Rugby Union stronghold. I enjoyed the game but must admit I need to learn a bit more about the rules. I know I am a bit biased but... AFL's better! We visited landmarks, parks and the museum in Brisbane as well as some friends from Melbourne - Steve and Ruth. We enjoyed every moment.
We went to the Gold Coast because we wanted to be in a civilised place for Laurence's Birthday on the 8th of November and because Joe, my brother was coming ...