Kupari Boutique Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the children's play area was fantastic! They have a bouncy castle built into the ground. We loved playing on the different toys….like big kids! We also had to see "The Spit" (a lighthouse and a long pathway out to the lighthouse) where the waves come over the land rapidly swallowing the path we walked on. Garrick also explained that there were 3 wild Leather back turtles that live around The Spit (sadly we didn’t manage to see them ...
we started off by meeting at the front of the currumbin wildlife sanctuary and everyone was ready for a great day and we were all hoping that the rain would hold off. then once we got into the park we used the train to look around the park. after we had ...
... much, whereas in Cairns we wanted a bit of a holiday in nice weather. So our second day (first full in Surfers) we headed off to Sea world using the local bus system. Glad to be out of the fairly horrific and basic hostel we had booked, we set off early. Most of our day we arranged around the shows, and in-between we rode roller-coasters and visited the animals. The pictures show most of our day, and there's no point talking you through 3 days in theme ...
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you for sticking around for the second entry of my blog while I study abroad in
This past weekend, I was able to see a lot. The Arcadia group I am studying through went
on a day trip up to Mt. Tambourine, which is one of Gold Coast’s prized
possessions. It is about 45 minutes to
an hour away from Surfers Paradise, and up into the beautiful hills ...
... have ever seen. Our apartment overlooked the Pacific Ocean andI wakening each morning at around 0545 and by 0615 I was walking on the beach in the cool sea breeze; 3 hours later all that changed as the temperature rose to 30'C and this was still winter. I saw groups of youngsters aged 7-14 under instruction learning to swim and surf in the Pacific ocean. The famous life guards were on duty every 100 meters or so and they roared at ...