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... all the way. By the time we arrived I could have eaten a horse, but surprisingly there was only one cafe which had closed for the day and a restaurant that everyone else visiting the beach had lunch in. It was a very funky place and we had some Excellent fish and chips, it was one of those places that serves things in buckets, very trendy. As soon as the food arrived I tipped it all on my plate and put the buckets aside. We took a walk around, all of the sets are in a ...
Up early to go to surf camp. Long drive first, stop at big banana - the original oversized fibreglass Australian object - what is their obsession with large objects? Maybe it is because they have such a large country! We arrived at lunch time, another very hippie place, Australians longest running surf camp. Due to the high sun/ hole in ozone/ chilled ...
... the Freeway. Great. We past the theme parks and pushed on. After checking out an average park with a quote of $71 A NIGHT we decided it best that the Gold Coast can jam it. Not paying a premium for school holiday. Next town. Toot then chose Palm Beach. $45 a night. Very basic, but its only 1 night. We will head to Byron Bay tomorrow. We set up camp and Toot cooked up more Bolognaise sauce. We headed ...
... but it was great! I haven't managed to stand up on one yet but I hope to tomorrow! We then headed back to have showers and get warm because even though the water was warm, it is very cold! The people here are lush! They made us a lush dinner and it filled me up and have us teas, coffee and biscuits! After we had a chill and chat with everyone and we are arranging extra things for us to do! I can't wait for the rest of the tour! ...
... to Fengdu to pick up the boat. No meals on board tonight as your cruise starts tomorrow we were told as we boarded after clambering about 500m downstairs and gangplanks thanking god we had paid the porters fee to carry our bags on board.
Yes we did get to see the Pandas 7 of them all awake eating up bamboo at the Chonqing zoo so Di was pleased and we have photos to prove it.
Our HW group definitely "improved " Chinese/Aussie relations with ...