Kupari Boutique Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Surfers before taking us back to his place on Miami beach, a short drive from the centre. We spent the evening getting to know Brad and some tips on what to do during our stay. On our first full day Brad drove us around, giving us a tour of the Gold Coast. We visited some viewpoints, some beautiful beaches as well the point where Queensland meets South Wales. Before heading back we drove through the 'green behind the gold', the countryside surrounding ...
... specialist, conveniently located just down the street. The place was exceptionally clean, the staff exceedingly professional and I was out of there by 830am, with one new tire (sorry, tyre) and the others rotated. We confirmed that we were indeed missing an adaptor in the included tool kit (now remedied) and through a translator behind the counter I learned that what I would call a tire iron, is actually called a wheel brace. ...
... so mum, dad, Gus and I along with the Fleishies went to Hard Rock Cafe for tea. Hard Rock is a rock and roll kind of restaurant that has american food like burgers, hot dogs and ribs. After dinner we were looking around and saw dads favourite ice cream shop Ben & Jerry's. We had some and it was really ...
... echidnas, crocodiles, dingos, platypus, sheep, possum and many other native animals. Than she showcased some of these animals by bringing them into room for people to experience in the flesh. Kate brought in a loriket, a carpet snake, huntsman spider and a possum. We all got to hold them or pat them if we felt like. But it was a voluntary experience, no one was forced to participate in this.
Than after that they took us on the Currumbin adventure course, ...
... rainforest. It was very interesting. We finally got to see the glow worms, they looked like small star constellations scattered across the walls and ceiling of the cave. If you shine a light on them they turn off so we don't really have any pictures. They glow a blue/green colour, I equated it to the colour of a light up watch light. They don't have the same yellow colour that our fireflies do. We spent a bit of time in the cave before finishing off the walk and ...