The Village at Burleigh Heads
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... to the kangaroos first. A wild life staff was there
and was showing us the Alfa male kangaroo, we cuddled and patted it as if it
was a big dog, taking photos with him and feeling his fur which was soft
smooth. We then walking around with an emu and he would snuggle up under your
arm pit if you patted it, then seen a family of ducks which she said she ...
... Then we went to Currumbin. I'd already been to the sanctuary, so he took me to Surf World across the street. It was a showcase of evolution of surfboards, some of them looked pretty funky. There was even a gigantic surfboard that was in the guinness record for having the most surfers (47) riding a single board. Then we went to a surf club for a couple drinks, that's when I learned that surf clubs are basically restaurants where anybody could go eat and drink, but primarily they are ...
... world, where being a dick is not only appropriate but agreed upon. We wolf whistle at hotties, drink from shoes, yell out rhyming insults at other competitors, competitions for picking up, and punish those who forget the drinking rules and games, oh and there are thousands of drinking games.
And then there's the sport. Imagine getting into bed at sunrise and waking only a few short hours later to then play 3 full games ...
... and we went down for a sausage, thinking we would have it there, but everybody was collecting their sausage and taking it back to their van. It is very different to being in outback van parks!. I don't think we will be outside for long tonight, it is too cold. We have gotten aclimatised to warmer weather than this. As I said, this is a big park, and I think it might be a noisy ...
... feel so much warmer that you can see why the grey nomad brigade migrates north for the winter.
Burleigh Heads is a very nice place, which helps explain the fifty odd people doing the free tai-chi lessons on the foreshore that morning (mostly uncoordinated >50 year olds) as well as the masses of healthy people doing their morning fitness devotions followed by a half double decaffeinated half caf (with a twist of ...