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... and read/listen and watch the story of the ride. This made you understand the ride and it made it feel a lot more realistic. Scooby Doo-Scooby Coaster, Green Lantern Coaster, Arkham Asylum-shock therapy and Batwing Space shot…………… ……….all amazing!
We had to see the “Hollywood Stunt Drivers” this is a battle between the biker boys and cars! Two teams at logger ...
We have used quite a few taxis today and they are quite reasonable. A 20 minute ride usually costs about A$7.00. Tomorrow we are going to try the metro.
After a freshen up, Kate and I went downstairs for tea while John signed off for an early night. We had a nice meal - no beer or wine as the Sheikh who owns this hotel does not want it sold at all.
Still, I survived and then had an early night ready for an early start.
... as a society, not only in GC but Cairns also. Where in NZ they were only happy to help, we found we may have been an in-convenience to there busy day as a shop assistant. The high-rise buildings and bustle of this small city seemed to have gone to their heads, and although it may have been a Surfers paradise I wouldn't recommend it to anyone I know. As for the hostel, where to start. We booked a reasonable priced one, as the others around were ...
... br> learners in all of my classes, which is weird because some of them are as old
as my parents… Students will also pull out their phones and it is socially
acceptable to text right in front of the conveners. The dress code for class is varied, but generally
you will see girls in high-wasted jean shorts that barely cover their butts with
a dressy top and with lots of accessories and makeup, while you ...
Today I had my first ever surfing lesson. It was INCREDIBLE. At lunchtime it was 35• with not a cloud in the sky. By 3 o clock, so right in the middle of my lesson, the wind had turned from northerly to southerly, the sky had gone black and it was SO WINDY. Which made for a pretty interesting first lesson! But I managed to stand up on the board, and I only hit myself in the face once- ...