Surfers Riverside Apartments
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... rainforest. It was very interesting. We finally got to see the glow worms, they looked like small star constellations scattered across the walls and ceiling of the cave. If you shine a light on them they turn off so we don't really have any pictures. They glow a blue/green colour, I equated it to the colour of a light up watch light. They don't have the same yellow colour that our fireflies do. We spent a bit of time in the cave before finishing off the walk and ...
... on the Coaster. Goodness what an amazing job he is doing. You can see the workmanship and the pride Greg takes in his work.
We were in Beaudesert for about an hour. So much to see and discuss, but of course we did not want to disturb Chris for any longer than need be.
So it was on to our lunch spot at Wyaralong Dam. Today's hearty fare was home made Vegan Minestrone Soup with fresh brewed coffee and home made bread, followed by fruit. We had a really ...
I arrived at Surfers Paradise, stored my luggage whilst I waited for my host to finish work, and headed to the esplanade for a walk along the beach. The national sandcastle competitions had just recently been held here and were still on display - they were all unbelievably detailed but I believe they'd chosen the right winner! After my walk I headed to the main shopping area to grab myself a coffee and perused the tourist info to decide what I should fit into my time here on the Gold ...
... We had to wait until the staff came and opened up the check ins!! We had a shower at the Qantas lounge and put on fresh traveling clothes.. Had some yummy food and I had two beers and a scotch on the rocks!!! As we were boarding the plane I saw Donna Gee. A customer!! She was staying on the Gold Coast. We got home around 9.30pm. Had a cup of tea and unpacked our suitcases.. We had the best holiday. Ian and I travel so well together and he is wonderful. Until out next ...
... and conveniently passed a supermarket were we stopped to pick up a few lunch items.
We carried on and soon began to climb up steep and winding roads into the mountains. We arrived at our first port of call in what is referred to as the 'scenic rim', which was a small town called Tamborine. The scenic rim is a semi-circle chain of mountains that wrap around the valleys between Brisbane and Tamborine Mountain and is home to world heritage-listed rainforest and ...