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... getting lively about! Day 13, last couple of days left together. We took a short drive north to surfers paradise, Gold Coast. Well known as the most touristy, party centre of the east coast. Unfortunately I was having a clumsy day, not quite functioning correctly. The highlight came at lunchtime, sitting outside at a cafe, I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to open the ketchup pot. Then unfortunately as I gave it a squeeze, it squirted up and out, all over ...
... a veterinary hospital for the sick and injured animals
and a few years ago an adventures ropes course was just added to the park! I was able to climb the ropes course and it
was the hardest and longest course I have been on yet. This is a super short blog post, but I will
add as many photos as possible to make up for it!
... cinema, which had sofas and beds instead of chairs. We ended up watching The Railway Man, a really good film but I almost fell asleep because of how comfy I was. In the evening we did an hours walk up to the lighthouse on the coast to see the sunset and on the way got to the most easterly point of Australia! Wicked cool. The next day we checked out and headed up to Surfers Paradise at the Gold Coast! From our bus stop we were ...
... It was already 27c so we spent time in the sea and relaxing on the beach. We had a nice lunch in an Italian restaurant and in the afternoon the weather became overcast so we had a game of ten pin bowling (Faye won easy) and then spent time having coffee and people watching whist Chris came to terms with losing the bowling!
Late afternoon we returned to the hostel only to be told they had no power due to work being ...
... hang gliding comp as well. But they managed to find us a spot!
Saturday - the decision made not to hang around for the bull riding, we left Canungra for who knows where....had to decide on going around Brisbane or through it. Well we bit the bullet and jumped on the motorway at Beenleigh. Off onto the Gateway Motorway, then over the impressive Gateway Bridge, we had made it through Brisbane without a hitch! Called into ...