The Shore Holiday Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Shore Holiday Apartments Surfers Paradise
The apartments allow plenty of space, the was only 2 of us, however would easily accommodate a small family. Views are breath taking, we looked straight out onto the sea front.
Great location, short walking distance into the centre, but close enough out to be away from it all if that is what you wanted.
Great for value and would Definitely recommend
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... we were able to appreciate how big the Gold Coast is. Water-front houses worth millions of dollars were nestled together next to the waterway a few hundred metres inland, which offers these properties access to the sea. It sounds foolish but gazing out over the ocean from so high and still seeing it utterly unbroken as far as the horizon made it appear all the more vast. For dinner, we went to Chiang Mai Thai, a very ...
... in their room. There was time for some guitar playing and for Ben to do some 'juggling' in the garden with Will, using the rattan Sepak Takraw ball that Ben bought in Laos. Will put Ben to shame! After an outstanding dinner of leftovers and pickles (Ben's favourite kind of dinner), we settled down to watch The Great Gatsby. Britney arrived, and was soon joined by Ben Yates, who had just finished his shift at ...
... your average house dog but there bark was just incredible. It was a howl but sounded exactly like it does in movies.
After that we had a sit down in the rainforest next to a waterfall and had morning tea, it was so peaceful watching the ducks swim by. After that we wondered off to see the Tasmanian devils, rams and echidnas, then on the park train around to see the kangaroos and emus. After all the walking started to get tired so we sat down at the wildlife café ...
Outback Road Trip Day 15:
We got up early and drove the remaining 950-ish km's to Brisbane. We battled the rain for the first hour or so and then we had overcast/clear skies for the rest of the drive. We stopped for lunch and a shower at a rest stop along the way and finally made it to Brisbane around 8pm. We walked around downtown and along the river for a bit before heading to a mall out of town to sleep.
It's the 2nd Sunday of the month and luckily the local market in Tamborine is happening so we headed up to the area. Mount Tamborine is part of the gold coast hinterland that contains national parks with rainforest. We made our way up early so we could grab breakfast – German sausage and corn pancakes then walked around the stalls – by this point, 9am, it was ...