Mermaid Beach Park View
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... where we went for dinner at Front Beach, where I scoffed another chicke parmigiana! A short drive back to Melbourne Airport and we dropped the car off and checked in at the Park Royal hotel where I was even allowed to take the airport trolley in to the bedroom with me which I could t quite get my head around. Why would I want to sleep next to a luggage trolley? I left it outside and there it was the next morning ready to wheel to reception, in to the lift, across the street to the check ...
... t be using regularly. We have befriended the tenants in our home as we have been living beside them, and they seem to be working out very well, and have said they wish to stay on longer than the 12 months on the lease. Time will tell. We also did a family photo shoot to see how we change over the journey. I'll attach a pic when I get them on the iPad. We head off in the morning for our epic journey, so prey for our eventual safe ...
After promising the children we were taking them to a train (albeit a Sushi train) we had to change plans and settle for chips at the Mermaid Beach Surf Life Saving Club after Sushi Train was shut for the labour day weekend public holiday (even ...
... sight of the Surfers Paradise skyline was a pleasant sight and after a 6 1/2 hour cruise we were berthed at the Southport marina with our travelling companions. Paul Gray was here to meet us and help with the lines. Dinner at Tedder Avenue sounds like a good idea.
It will be nice to be in one place for a few days now as we don't leave for the next leg up to Lady Musgrave Island until Friday or ...
... and cake at D Café were just as good as the view!
One think that we very quickly noticed in NSW was that the roads are terrible, in Queensland we didn’t really think about it, but on our journey home we actually pulled over as we thought we had a flat tyre, turns out the roads were just plan awful!
After one more night enduring the bogan family from hell, we were out of their and onto our next stop, the hippie capital of the world – Byron ...