Le Lavandou Holiday Apartments
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- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... terrible. We started out with the not-entirely-terrible log flume which, in all fairness, did its thing. Then we followed it up with a ride unlike anything I've seen before - it was called the Storm Coaster. As you can tell from its name, it is a roller coaster, which makes it even more confusing when you get to the front of the line and you board a boat. The boat drifts along a bit and then clamps itself to a rail and you're off. And it's high. You're ...
... locals-oriented experience we were looking for, but the food was pretty good (and had caloric content helpfully annotated, in kilojoules). With the bill paid, we headed back to the car -- and found the parking ticket machine would not read our stub. After conversing with some distant woman (over the machine's intercom), we resolved the problem -- and I started wondering if there was something to this crazy curse!
Off we ...
... and kind of creepy feeling I experienced whilst touching the back of a stingray was like non other. There was a marine enclosure that contained starfish, stingrays, turtles and other underwater sea creatures. They allowed us to touch the underwater animals whilst they ran an information exhibit explaining how each creature breathes swims eats etc. This was a both fun and exciting way to learn about our marine life. It is very educational and ...
After spending a big chunk of our time in Byron we finally left and hit the road to Queensland in our trusty Dove wagon. A festival, surf competition, and fine waves await. Natalie becoming too familiar with the waves at Watego's in Byron bay struggled to adjust to the busy waters of Coolangatta, Kirra and Rainbow Bay, however 3 days past and in the distance you could see a little brown bean head dancing along the waves like a pro. The once timid learner was now mingling ...
This morning I managed to drag myself from bed in time to catch the sunrise over the ocean (see photo). I then quickly snuggled back in. So, we rarely go swimming whilst at home and, although we often visit the beach with Nelly, we never don our swimming costumes. However, we both LOVE water parks. One of the main reasons we visited the Gold Coast was so we could visit 'Wet n Wild'. It may surprise many that for someone who can't swim, dislikes crowds and has a bad ...