Surfers Mayfair Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Surfers Paradise
... We were about to head back to Winni and meet Monika Mistry (Svehlak) and her son Joey there at 4.30pm but Ron had a flat tyre. We spent 45 minutes finding a bicycle store and getting the tube replaced for $25. We had to walk to Mermaid Beach. We then cycled to Monika and Justin's fabulous apartment in Surfers Paradise and met Monika and ...
... we also had Casa de Gelato ice cream and a veggiemite scroll (another recommendation) which went down a treat. We bought just one as we weren't sure how good it would be. The lady in the bakery thought we were all a bit strange sharing 1 scroll and trying to count out all the change correctly but we got there in the end. We headed back to the city and the amazing to H and M store which is housed in the old post office. Charlie stocked up on clothes and later that evening we had ...
... as Surfers Paradise was hosting a whole cohort of "schoolies" with hawkers offering the latest deals to get in as many clubs as possible. There was also a night market on that sold the usual internationally acknowledged market products like quirky shirts, gem stones and posters.
Returning to the hostel we sat on the hammock for a few minutes before heading to bed and gearing ourselves up for a ...
... Larrimah for an ale and checked out the free zoo! Such a random place to stop with nothing more than a couple of houses and the pub/zoo with lots of animals (including wallabies, crocs and parrots) to keep the kids entertained. Larrimah is also home to the BIG NT Stubby!!
Further down the road we came across the historic Daly Waters Hotel. Back in the early 1900s, the pub was a landmark spot for many weary drovers to quench their thirst and ...
Today I arrived at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary 9 am and entered the park as a school excursion with my year 12 peers. We wear so lucky to have this opportunity to explore the park and have the Education department tell us about how the park runs and beneficial information that we need to learn in our current module at school.
We Had a presentation ...