Warringa Surf Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Free parking
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... us and made a tunnel for the girls to run on to the court through, which was pretty special. They had a close half and Tia came off with her sore back partway through the first half so they were down by 1 at half time. Denise made a couple of changes but Nagle got a run of goals early in the second half and the girls couldn't quite claw it back despite the second half running for about 15 minutes instead of 12. ...
... had a drink with Annette and Linda from NZ and Brentt Jones from Norfolk Island.
Dinner was at a local Italian restaurant with Bob Snow , Matt Mahon, Margaret and Phil Jones from Athletics Australia. It was a pleasant meal with plenty of food and stimulating conversation.
The most important part of this section of the trip is the renewing of friendships and catching up with people we haven't seen for at least six months. Tonight was an excellent start.
Sorry, this was written just after leaving Surfers but the internet at the dive centre was not good enough to upload it! More blogs to follow shortly!
When someone says Australia, I picture wide golden beachs with blue seas on one side and towering high rise buildings on the other. This is exactly what you get in Surfers Paradise.
From Brisbane it took a couple of hours, on a train, bus and ...
... your efforts.
Arrangements completed now for our three hour trip to the Gold Coast to stay with our daughter Lee and son in law Les for two nights.This will give us time to catch up with grandson Adam his wife Karina and great grandson Jacob. Not to forget grand daughter Rachel (Bubbie).
Wednesday night 9.15pm we board our flight for Hanoi via KL.
... on top of an empty bottle, a bit like reverse Jenga), was relatively straightforward and I sailed through. The second game (Purple) was my undoing. Nobody that I've spoke to since has ever heard of the game, which involves guessing five cards in a row as higher or lower, and I'm now convinced that Barry invented it on the spot. Over the course of 45 minutes I went through nearly two decks of cards without getting five consecutive correct answers and had to drink half-a-cup of goon ...