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Packed up and left for the coast. Found a nice park space in Runaway Bay. Had lunch and got the bikes ready for a cycle. While we were getting ready we were interviewed by a journalist for the local paper about our journey to Runaway Bay and our current life values. We cycled 20km mainly along bicycle track along the coast esplanade ...
... up the cave area and it was like getting an early taste of Christmas, all twinkly and pretty (the ride back to camp gave us a few other early Christmas light examples- some people really go all out).
The evening was spent with wine.
Distance travelled today: 188 km
Total distance travelled: 9456 km
PS - pictures now up for previous entries, including first two days of trip and Longreach and Carnarvon Gorge, do check back!
... you stand in these tubes and are locked in behind glass. After a countdown, the floor disappears and you go down a vertical drop, it was pretty scary! We had to wear these boards which attached to our backs so we didn't hurt ourselves. It was a lot of fun! After a full day of playing, we headed back to the free camp spot for the night. The next day we headed over to Surfers where we had a look around and did a few jobs. ...
We arrived at Main Beach on the 16th July, Simone and family arrived from the UK on the 17th, and from that moment on it was been go, go, go. We were able to get a fold up bed from The Park Management so the girls and Simone could have sleepovers in the Annexe. They loved it. We have been to all the Theme Parks and I was talked into doing rides at Wet and Wild and Movie World. I don't think we have ...
... only met other American's for the majority of our time at the Gold Coast.
It was very nice to explore city life and see other Americans, however, I am missing my own uni. I feel that in order to truly get the Australian experience you need to spend time in a less populated country town like Wagga. Although it is huge, it seems small and homey.