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... seeing is, I'd be greatly appreciative). Before cinema though we had Chinese at a little cheap place in Southport. It was a good deal in my eyes - a main, two pancake rolls and some miso soup. I thought the meal was delicious, but Becky found hers to be a little dry. After cinema we headed back to Surfers and grabbed a hot drink at Starbucks before taking a stroll back to the house. Well, I should probably sleep - we're off to Wet n Wild tomorrow, provided we actually wake up in ...
... Goodbye old friends. This afternoon, without warning, an intense poker game reared its head at the outdoor table. Jane was playing for the first time and was learning as she went. Rob was focused and unforgiving. Ben and Kori were wearing their swimming costumes, having been drawn in to the game on their way to the pool. We played fairly standard Texas Hold'em rules but used children's world-building letter blocks as chips, which I am told is unorthodox. The game was ...
... our own thing like the other challenges we did before.
After we had finished the black course we went down to the tables and had lunch, the time was 1pm and we had to meet at the front to get out named marked off at 2pm. So we walked around looking at the animals and getting pictures with them.
http://www.cws.org.au is the website to our great excursion we had.
... the return journey from KL to GG - overnight - always harder at night. The KLIA2 terminal was certainly a step up from the previous Low Cost Terminal. In the shape of a large H it is futuristic in design. Of course we had to traverse the terminal from one side to the other across a connecting bridge. There was a hive if activity with mass consumerism near the centre of the terminal. We passed through two intensive security ...
... on the east coast of Australia.
It has hiking trails galore for the adventurous and spectacular
waterfalls. And we did just that! We did some hiking through Mt. Tambourine
Nature Preserve and it is considered a rainforest, so I can check off walking
through a rainforest in Australia off my bucket list! Everywhere you look it is absolutely
That day we also went in to visit some glowworm ...