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... of Life Membership and Bob was given his. He had not known so was very emotional. It is a well deserved award for the dedication and time given to Oceania Athletics over many years.
Today is just a travelling day. We are at Gold Coast Airport awaiting our flight to Sydney and thence to Adelaide. It has been a good few days away but the best part was seeing all those wonderful people we have become friends with over all those years.
... at a moment's notice. We were sat next to Mel, an Australian woman on her way to spend Christmas with her sister on the east coast. She was very enthusiastic about life in general and had a great sense of humour. We chatted to her, mostly about food, for most of the next four hours. The flight was fairly smooth, other than a bumpy patch in the middle, during which Ben had a prime view of the wing wobbling and bending. Since we had been on an internal flight, ...
We crossed the board into Queensland in a city called Coolangatta. We stopped and check out the beach, it was windy so we quickly got inside for a coffee and to do some planning. Once we found a place to stay that night we set off up the coast to a small suburb of the Gold Coast called Miami. On the way there we took a detour up a mountain to Spring Brook national park. This is where we found out we cannot climb a mountain in our van with the A/C on, we ...
... money? We cruised up to Sanctuary Cove, and went for a wander around the gorgeous little shopping village. We ate lunch on our boat in the warm sunshine, still not a cloud in the sky. The water stunningly calm. Seriously, what more could you ask for.....maybe a glass of wine? Well, yes, we did sip on that too! How could we not? We spent the remainder of the afternoon cruising around the waters ...
I went to Currumbin wildlife sanctuary yesterday, 16/07/2014. The park is located on the Gold Coast,
Australia. It spans over 26 acres of
land and is home to over 700 animals, most of which are Australian wildlife.
The day trip was planned with my school, the Australian Industry Trade College, for a practical tourism experience. I travelled with a group of 4, in which I was the driver. We met ...