Oceanside Cove Apartments
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... we stopped for some lunch it was time to go on the high ropes course! I had already done it so I knew what i was in for but the other students didn't. It is the best experience but you'll definitely be sore the next day, it involved being in a harness and connected to a rope climbing you way through heaps of obstacles. I definitely recommend paying the little bit extra to ...
... and winding concrete path that is visited by joggers, walkers and people with dogs to the secluded dog park. This area is quite popular hosting stretches of grass and a playground that is frequently occupied by eager children.
Coomera is a family friendly town that is greatly overlooked despite hosting some of the biggest attractions in Australia. Being very family friendly and providing a range of excitingly different activities, it is a fantastic place to ...
... were $15 for a regular movie!!! And I thought $12 was expensive back home for AVX. Then I headed towards where I thought was Rainbow Bay, passed by where I got dropped by by the Greyhound, and ended up on the other side of Rainbow Bay where there was a grass bit and a circus was either setting up or taking down, and a boardwalk along the water. I just sat by the water and watched the sparrows flew around me. A few of them landed on the cables on the railings and kinda created music notes. ...
... some time there as well. So as my departure time approaches I feel the excitement build and I ponder all the wonderful possibilities that travel brings. On this trip I have decided to go it alone for the first time, so no group tours and no familiar faces, or guides to lean on for assistance. Just me, my Lonely Planet, and a bucket load of enthusiasm to explore these foreign lands on my own terms. First stop Hanoi, Vietnam.......stay ...
... that night thinking it might be nice to head into Surfers and find somewhere for tea. We scrapped that idea on the assumption that Surfers might be a bit messy on a Saturday night so we found a ten-pin bowling alley close to home and all had a game before going out for tea.
Sunday was the day we were all moving on; Mel and Mia back to Perth and us up to Brisbane. We went back out for breakfast again and it was a cracking morning for it. It ...