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... we were covered in salt. Then made tea, had tuna pasta a garlic bread, there was more than we though, but was very nice.
Managed to book the greyhound bus to take us to Brisbane, tried ringing bunk in Brisbane to book a room, but even though it was a free number, the terrible network Lebara, wouldn’t let me call, so had to do a Skype call which worked thankfully!
Packed, then went to bed, the room was so hot ...
... difficult as you move through the course. At beginning you are only 5 ft off the ground -- but by the end you are 30-50 ft high.
We definitely were using some of our more under-used muscles today -- and fully expect stiffness and funny gaits tomorrow (well, except Max, who is actually made of rubber).
Funniest moment was courtesy one of our new Maori friends. As he waited at the end of one of the block walks, ...
... to the Dingos! We were probably 100 metres away and we could hear the all howling! So we kept walking up the hill and saw a white dingo in a barricaded area, and 3 normal dingos outside the barrier, of course there was another barrier but they had a more open space than the single white dingo. Everytime the White dingo howled all the others started to join in.
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So we arrive at sufers which was a cool high rise city but still small with a great beach. We go to sun and surf hostel which called itself a party hostel but defo wasn't. After a walk down the beach we head back for a nap and to start pre drinking for that night. We sit in the corner waiting for the BBQ with a cup of goon. A few people come down then we head up to get our hot dogs. With two wieners in hand ...
... a veterinary hospital for the sick and injured animals
and a few years ago an adventures ropes course was just added to the park! I was able to climb the ropes course and it
was the hardest and longest course I have been on yet. This is a super short blog post, but I will
add as many photos as possible to make up for it!