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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... Part way down the drop, it appeared to be making its own cloud with the spray. And then the blanket of cloud reappeared and the falls were hidden once more. The drive down to Cairns airport completed all we do now is wait for our flight to be called. The blog will be paused once more as we spend some time with our family. There may be further entries towards the end of February, as we make our way ...
... indefinite trauma of never ending downpours. Even though I'm a big fan of rain, as Vancouver has Welly Boots full of it, camping in the rain with a partially leaky tent just wasn't an all time favourite of mine. Furthermore, on the second rainy day and yes, this did have to happen during Christmas holidays and on a Saturday; we smashed our windscreen with no chance of getting it fixed by Monday for a reasonable price. Toughing it out until the ...
... She kept it short and sweet and didn't drag it out like most speakers do on school excursions which most people get bored of.
After that we were able to go off and explore the wildlife sanctuary. First I went and looked at the Kangaroos, it was amazing how relaxed they were and how easily you could walk up to them and feed them food right out of your hand. The staff around the sanctuary were great and were always asking ...
... weight!!! LOL Allan worked out the drop is about 7mm so this should suit us nicely. We figure we need to still put in another 100kg, with mattress, water tank full, cupboards to be installed and gear. So we are all good there too.
This week we also dropped off some of the gear we will need when we pickup the Vantastic Vincent Van Go. Very exciting times ahead.
... a silly moment of forgetfulness. Coolangatta is quite a hilly town, and as we arrived at our next destination for the day, we got out of the car to discover our kitchen door (the boot) had been open for our whole 10 minute journey. Luckily it seemed most of our kitchen had managed to cling on and remain in the boot even through all the up and down hills!! Talking of forgetfulness, Max has become so accustomed to wearing bare feet that when he wears flip flops he takes ...