Grosvenor Beachfront Apartments
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Good morning.. Family and friends, well this is the first official day of our travels. We have finally slept and it's now Wednesday morning, I am sitting 10 floors up in the hotel in our apartment, sitting on the balcony drinking coffee and watching the world go by. Just going to chill out today..... Had breakfast in a cafe along the front, very …
... went down.
The next bit of fun was the Escape Game
at 17.30. We had a bit of time, so went in search of snacks in
Southport, 30 minutes by tram north of Surfers Paradise. I was
starving and the others peckish, so we went into a vegetarian Asian
restaurant to sit and nourish ourselves. I got some amazing soy satay
skewers with a peanut sauce and a lychee bubble tea. I had a hearty
laugh as some of the others tried the tapioca balls and ...
... as we could that day as home was the priority to sleep in a real bed and have a shower with heaps of pressure...mmm very nice but I will miss the van and the freedom of lifestyle it gives you.
Summing up, with the van we travelled a total of 2124 kms from Home to Home (not counting the sightseeing trips without the van that we took in). Best top two value camping grounds (not free-camping) were Brunswick and Yallakool ...
... in Surfers Paradise its a city district of the city called "Gold Coast" about 2hrs south of Brisbane. On the bus with me is Johannes (German, 19). He calls for our shuttle van to Surf'n'Sun Beachside Backpackers. While waiting, I ask him about his 6 months in Oz so far. He has worked in a cucumber factory near Adelaide sorting and stacking cucumbers.
Well, reaching the hostel, I see the Aussie Backpackers World. I ...
... the length of Flinders lane past many restaurants and bars which were mostly closed because it was a Sunday morning but we got to see what was where and where we might like to go back to. We walked past Hosier lane which is where Melbourne's famous street art can be found. They even have some Monsters Inc characters on the wall. Once we got back to the hotel we woke up Jill and Anthony who were, in all honestly completely all over the place not knowing the day or time it was! ...