Harbour Side Resort
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Departing close to schedule –
1045, we are immediately in a good breeze and settle sailing goose winged at 7
knots. By late lunch the breeze has
increased to 25 knots and we are comfortably travelling at 9 – 10 knots. Breeze quite steady and we enjoy a pleasant
sail. By late afternoon the wind has
strengthened so we put a reef in the main to make for easier sailing ...
... fun to see him up and Adam early and ready for anything in his path. By the time I turned on the World Cup final six minutes in the game was already 2-0...wow. Domination by the USA. We drove to the main street of Mount Tamborine and could at once feel the colder air up there. We kept it low key and walked village and spent time in the library. After some meat pies we made our to ...
... had a classic Aussie meat pie and a sausage roll! By this stage I was tired with a bright red sunburnt nose and still had a lot of blog writing to do so I retired to the Lord Byron resort hotel room to catch up on some blogging while the Morris's went back to the lighthouse again. For dinner we went to the Byron fresh cafe (not Byron burger as we kept calling it) followed by some evening window shopping to plan what we were going to pick up first thing in the morning when the shops ...
... sand until we were in the main part of town. There were plenty of nice looking cafés and restaurants to choose from on the beachfront and we both enjoyed delicious barramundi for lunch.
Thursday evening we met one of my high school friends Vanessa Dunn (née Helman) and her husband, Greg for drinks and dinner at the Yacht Club. We had not seen each other since shortly after leaving school so we had plenty to catch up on.
Friday morning we ...
... overdrive. Cue perhaps my least dignified adventure wee so far - squatting behind Bertha with street lights illuminating my **** like it was the full moon. The Gold Coast was fun. It reminded me of Florida and we embraced this by purchasing passes for Movie World, Sea World and the Wet and Wild water park. We spent two days roaring on rollercoasters, peering at polar bears and whizzing down waterslides. Wet and Wild, as seen in the ...