Surfers Century Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
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... went so much better! I took a lesson with Get Wet Surf School, which does lessons north of the city, at the Spit. The instructor we had was amazing. Although I signed up for group lessons, our morning group was only three. The other two were an American guy and an English guy. With so few people at the lesson, our instructor had an easier time keeping an eye on us and giving ...
... the Big Drop which Tessa sat out while we watched Kristy go up slowly and then come down really fast. A bit of a queue there but then a longer one of about half an hour wait to go on the Motocoaster where a big group of us all went it on at once.
I lost Heather somewhere in here so the girls headed for the Tower of Terror and I went to watch the Tiger show thinking she would be there. I found Philippa and Lianne but not Heather so we ...
... lamb! Then the best part of the evening was the Star talk. An expert explained star constellations to us and pointed out the southern cross and even Jupiter! When they turned all the generator lights off it was unbelievable how many stars there were to see. The evening ended with desert, port and a comfy bus ride back to our campsite! We had seen the sunset so we couldn't leave without observing this incredible rock at sunrise too. Our 4.30am alarm allowed us to get out to the ...
... returned to Brads communal pool. That evening the three of us prepped and cooked a massive BBQ which we then enjoyed on the beach until late. This morning we are heading off to Byron Bay in New South Wales, a highly recommended seaside town which popular with backpackers. Our first couch surfing experience has been really positive; we got to see parts of the area that we wouldn't have if we'd stayed in a hostel and we definitely would be up for trying it out ...
... and a chance for the kids to play (there is also a large outdoor play area and a stage with live music). The Tavern as it turns out is a popular destination for families and bikers from the area, offering food drink and a lizard show! Of course we took in the lizard show which included a bearded dragon (the name of the tavern by the way), blue tongue lizards, a python, and a baby croc - fun times had by all!
As mentioned earlier we took a day ...