Trilogy Surfers Paradise
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... KFCs - reminded us if Kavos or Ayia Napa or even Australia's version of Las Vegas! We went into the mall to get dinner and managed to get roped into going to a club crawl the following evening. We therefore decided to have a quiet one in the hostel that night and cooked dinner and had the luxury of watching TV sat on a sofa including a crazy Aussie programme called ...
... been enjoyable and varied, leaving us with a feeling of wanting to return and explore more of the magnificently large and diverse country. We have really only scratched the surface. While our time has been very enjoyable it has not been with out tragedy. The death of Phillip Hughes shocked the country much it would if it had been Wayne Gretzky in Canada - it felt like the entire country was in mourning, yet coming together in their grief. Now of ...
... he took pity on us! Once there, we didn't have too long to wait to get the bus back to Nobby Beach. Such relief to get home and sit down with a cuppa! Paul, my little Loom Band maker, had had a wonderful 'female free' day, and was trying out his skills by making me a lovely loom band. He is really quite good now, so put your orders in! He even made a black and white 'Collingwood' band, which I know you will now all want one!!! ...
... soaked. They also had a superb ropes course. We also viewed the sharks, touched the sting rays, looked at the penguins and polar bears. The adrenalin rides were well used by those that could face the music.Queues were again light all day. There’s no doubt we have come at the right time of year with numbers low at all the theme parks. Friday The next day we hit Movie World for the third time. By this stage we’d lowered ...
... knowing this, thought it would be a good idea to leave her swim suit behind. The look on my face as she told me that information, in the car park to Wet & Wild, was one of sheer disbelief! What followed was an act of compassion which I would ordinarily not condone as I decided to reward the lack of perpetration and forgetfulness by buying Frankie a new bikini. (Note that this behaviour would not be advised when raising and child ...