Surfers Hawaiian Apartments
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Friday 10th October - Monday 12th October 2014 A 3-day bender is how my weekend on the Gold Coast could best be described. A weekend all of day drinking and all night partying. I was here for the Gold Coast 7's and was meeting Frankie, Cat, Fee, Sus, Michael and Dave who were all coming up from Sydney after work. I had a few hours before they all arrived, so did the good deed and prepared dinner for them, Spag Bol, and picked up some brekkies and ...
... new toilets, electrical and the like, all allowing these upgrades to be written off to tax once it is rented. We had initially set a date of September 15 to head off, but due to the tenant failure and school holidays around this date, we have pushed it back to October 7 or thereabouts. This gives us extra time to get everything done right and not pay huge rates over the school ...
... day. We went to the beach which was gorgeous. It reminded Heather and I of what we think Miami or LA would look like. Very much oriented to the tourist and the beach lovers. We had brunch before doing some tanning and shopping. We also booked a tour for later in the evening. Around noon we headed back to the hostel to check in and put our bags into the locked room. This hostel is in dire need of updating. The locks on the lockers are mostly broken and the ...
Mt Warning is 17km from Murwillumbah and is the highest part of an old volcanic caldera, that has eroded / sunk to half of its original height down to 1156metres, it is a 4.4 km track/climb to the summit, about 5 hours or less (if your feeling fit) for the round trip. In winter its is the first point in Australia to see the sunrise, Mt Howe in southern NSW has that claim in summer.
We had the alarm set for 5.30am to get an earlier start ...
... Go to the beach but it is very windy so at lunchtime we retire to the swimming pool. It rains a lot through the night but the tent survives.
Too windy for the beach so once again we spend the day by the pool. A bus pulls into the site and on its back panel it has a picture of a beach and the words 'Adventure before Dementia' Janet talks to the owner but apparently the words were already on the bus when he purchased ...