Warringa Surf Apartments
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... rain forest there, then went to feed the birds. The king parrots and crimson rosellas were hungry and we had them on our feeding trays, arms, heads, trying to get some seed. There were wild turkey too, but they mostly got shooed away. On the way back, saw a fire that had probably just started that morning and had spread to be much larger. Not sure whether it was a brush fire ...
Was it worth it ? Yes ..... We had 360 deg views at the top. It was 1100m up (not sure how much above sea level) and since it is smack bang in the middle of an ancient volcano, lots of national parks, beautiful valleys and fertile country below. Clouds seemed so close, and even though it was hazy, we could just see the high rises at Surfers Paradise. We spent a good hour at the top just sitting and looking at the view. It wasn't ...
... so sad to think so many young lives taken overseas. Allan will probably march. We have managed to book a caravan park in Albany, it would appear that we snavelled the last site available. If we don't go we lose $45. Doesn't seem too much of a risk, we figure.
Lunch today was out at the dam Wyaralong (which is named after a fence...wire along) and home via Ipswich and Mt Crosby. Had a lovely lunch too. Sharon had made no knead ...
... getting her stuff together.... Not cool. We have now learned the light doesn't go on unless it is after 8AM or everyone is already up. We were not impressed, but we weren't about to say anything since this lady claimed to be an Australian Federal Police Officer. The equivalent to the FBI she said. At 5:30am Heather and I got up, had breakfast and then headed to the bus station where we caught our bus.
Surfers Paradise or Gold Coast as it is now called is a ...
... until next flight. So we camped it out at Singapore airport overnight and got up early to check in for flight to Brisbane (via KL). Singapore airport is great, very spacious and things to do. Because we were flying different airlines, we actually had to pass immigration before checking in. But that would mean that we were outside the airport. So we let the luggage go around and then claimed it from lost and found when we were ready to check-in.