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... from sight. An area of sand next to Tallebudgera Creek has been transformed into a dedicated bathing beach with onsite changing rooms. We stopped here for a swim in the surprisingly chilly river water. Some children from the residential activity camp nearby were loudly splashing about a few metres upstream. This reassured Korina, who hadn't been completely sure about going into the water just after seeking the sting ray. She reasoned that the commotion caused by the children ...
... on the way to get a few things. When we emerged, the rain was hammering down onto the asphalt outside. Undeterred, we prepared to get a little soggy and hopped on our bikes anyway. It eased up a little as we cycled back. This evening, Kori rediscovered her love of the Sporcle website and its excellent quizzes. She is determined to be able to name every country in the world! Lucy has rediscovered her love of sausages. She was allowed to have three ...
... are all good to go.
So remember people, internationally you must have a paper boarding pass, quite a joke really.
Time for a drink and a little dinner - ho hum the vege sausage roll is still frozen in the middle welcome to Coolloongatta airport, civilisation.
Boarding time. We are ready to go, woohoo.
Next time I will post from Kuala Lumper. Merry Christmas every ...
... out the new G-Link Transport system to travel to Surfers to take a
Sup-r-duck Tour, We thought we would visit the Currumbin Wildlife Park given we were staying so close. We think it would be good to take overseas visitors to but we had seen, koalas, kangaroos and crocodiles before.
David's paper shop from previous years had turned into a Cafe so we tried it for breakfast and ...
Today we decided to go out for lunch and after lots of deliberation decided to go down the coast and into NSW. Lunch was at Regatta Steak & Seafood Restaurant, Tweed Heads. This is a glorified chippy, or at least the take away bit is. We asked what the fish of day was and was told that it was New Zealand Dory. Sounded good but when it came it was probably Basa, which is why it was only $6.50 for the fish and chips. Next time I'm served Basa, ...