The Wave Apartments
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- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... too which we haven't got now and most employers are keen for immediate starts. Hopefully there will still be some of those hanging around when we get there. We popped out briefly, for a breath of fresh air, and Becky bought us a hot drink each. It was quite mild out tonight so we walked down by the sea front and then back home to watch a couple of films. Becky picked Don Jon, which was... interesting. It ...
... Taking the path up to the top of the bridge, we stopped to watch the river on its way into the cave. The water scurried, scampered and scuttled over the contours of the rock before plummeting into the opening in the cave roof. On the way back to Currumbin, we stopped off at a stall at the side of the road selling fresh veg. We plumped for a few pieces of fruit before enjoying a smoothie whilst gazing into ...
... Cafe the next morning. We then said goodbye to them and drove up to Main Beach Surf Club for lunch witth more friends from Canberra (think half of Canberra is escaping the cold winter).
The next day we met my sister, Kathy and husband Greg, who flew up from Adelaide to spend a week with us. We had a good week with them managing to fit in some touristing, shopping and degustation. ...
... so the rays from the sun are very strong. The currents were very strong as well that
day and it was great leg workout to walk against the rips. I have included some pictures of Snapper
Rocks beaches here for your viewing.
New Social Standards:
- You need to walk on the left side of the sidewalk
- You have to pay for sauce packets at restaurants (aka ketchup or mustard)
- Starbucks did ...
The journey back to Brisbane went ok but on the way through we got just a wee bit lost. After asking a gentleman in a furniture shop we were back on the right road and were soon approaching Coronation Drive which runs along the Brisbane River. There were roadworks and we turned right when the lights changed and soon found out we were on our way to Ipswich. I knew this was wrong as we were heading inland, so we stopped to ask a gardener for directions. Of course we should have turned left ...