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Christmas Eve - time for an early morning walk through Burleigh Heads National park. Then back to Lizzie's for a quick swim, or should I say a skinny dip. Nice way to start the day.
We decide to catch up with Jackie, Glen, Aunty Isa and Stella. It is so lovely to catch up over a bubbles or two. It is a quiet day, having a few drinks with friends before heading to the airport.
... I'm anticipating a lot of back and forth, round and round, kind of pointless conversation with a lot of bickering thrown in for good measure. I'm trying my best though to remain positive as I chant 'PMA... PMA... PMA...' over and over in my head like some kind of mental meditation.
So, I can't help but wonder... will this trip be worth the trade off?
... reef, us sicko's were moved to the top deck so people could get in the water without tripping over us. One of the crew assured me that I'd feel better if I swam, so when I was feeling up to it Martin and I headed back downstairs so I could get changed. That's as far as I made it before I finally spewed – in my provided little sea sickness baggy. I immediately felt 10x better, but still horrible. I finally managed to get changed ...
Slept well and we were pleased to wake up at 6.45am, this has to be considered a lay in! We had a dip in the pool and then made our way to Australia Fair, the large shopping centre in Southport. This is where we slowly began our clothing purchases. After the Southport offerings were considered, we moved on to Surfers Paradise about 15km down the road. We had a feeling that Surfers Paradise was going to be a little ...
It was restless night's sleep, it had been blustery and not ideal for resting. After breakfast, it was time to explore the lakes of island. First stop was Brown Lake with a rather unsurprising brown water colour. The roots of the tea trees have tinted the water. Second lake was Blue Lake which involved a 5km walk to a rather ordinary ...