Surfers Hawaiian Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Day 11 21st December Woke up and went down for breakfast which was included in our room so we of course went to town. I started with sushi and cold meats, Luce went for baked goods and some fruit, next course was baked goods and fruit for me followed by a full breakfast chased down with some fruit juices and a latte. Lovely. I could barely move to the point I thought I may need to be rolled out of the place. Oddly enough we were served ...
... off and get beach gear so we walked down to the beach. It was real nice, there was a volleyball tournament going on. But we found a spot by the lifeguards as it is always manned because it is so windy, the sea was so rocky! Lucky I didn't fall over and lose my top! James thought he was cool belly flopping and diving under the wave. Kristen was also giving this an attempt! It was so funny, then after a while we ...
... we wouldn't listen anymore. We had made an advanced booking at the Gold Coast Holiday Park on Bhavani’s friends recommendation. Her advice was excellent. Without doubt the toilet / shower block was the best we’d experienced. A massive built in fish tank greeted you in the foyer of the building. Laminex bench tops and doors, live fern garden in the corner, tapless hand basins along with soft music made for a special treat. It ...
... glad we continued because it was so much fun! The whole club had cool visual laser lighting and everybody was dancing the night away.
Unfortunately, one guy from our Bond Uni group didn't make it past Strike. He was denied access into all of the other clubs for being too intoxicated and later proceeded to get arrested. I think he also lost his I.D. in the process :( .
... at the Valley to catch the bus home. Finally walk into my door at 12 lunchtime. The next day I get ready to go shopping and realise my wallet has gone. It was with me a Varsity Lakes, I am pretty certain it got stolen on train from Comera. What a ****, travel around Nepal and India with no issues and what happens first day back. I had just put all my Australian ID, credit cards, licence etc into my purse. Welcome back ...