Surfers Mayfair Hotel
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... in the mornings, headed to the rugby, came back and had some drinks and got ready, and headed back out for the evenings antics. For both days at the 7s we dressed up, as did everyone else. Saturday was the more popular day to dress up and we went as builders, dungarees, hard hats, masks, hi vis vests and a few tools, the girls done well. On Sunday a lot of people just went dressed normal, some went the same as the previous day and some dressed ...
... this detail to hopefully help others contemplating doing the asme thing. Now that the jetski wouldn't be coming with us, it is time to work out the best way to travel using the Navara to its best potential. Back in 2009, I had the travel bug, and started to build a ute canopy capable of taking Cath and I on some camping trips on a budget. Before completion, we were delighted with the news of a baby ...
... br> We then headed down to the mall where I bought a sweater, not that I need another one. And Heather bought some cheap undergarments. We were being picked up at 5:30pm so we headed for the hostel to change into warmer clothes around 4:30pm. This is when we met our crazy 70+ year old roommate. No joke. She had a boom box and a binder full of CDs. It looked like she had been there awhile and she was pretty crazy looking. We quickly changed and then got out.
... was an ambulance at the start of the climb, it seems someone had twisted there ankle and they were waiting for them, not as I first thought that they might be waiting for me.
The sign at the bottom said steep inclines, Grade HARD and vertical scrambling up a chain and 4.4 km to the summit, so off we strolled, well at least for the first 20 metres and then the steps started.
The rain forest was very pretty and the temp was ...
... in the street. The electricity would not return for the remainder of our stay, the staff however seemed to be more interested in rounding people up for the latest pub crawl!
Overall 2 nights in Surfers Paradise was more then enough and our hostel was the worst we have stayed in so far, a combination of the staff, guests and general cleanliness made it a poor hostel.
Next stop Brisbane!!