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It seems like common knowledge that to leave Australia one would need a passport. To get a passport I had to visit one of the designated Australia Post offices to book an appointment in advance for a passport interview. Before the interview I had to complete an application form and get two new colour photographs. Of course the photo I have to keep for the next two years depicts me in the worst possible light imaginable! Once that was done the ...
... daylight saving ending we didn't get on the road till after 7am (the alarm didn't go off),
Not much traffic on the 200km journey, we got ripped off at the Macadamia Castle for coffee, bought some sandwiches in Murwillumbah and arrived at the Mt Warning car park a little after 10.30am.
The car park was packed, just shows the popularity of the climb, after finding a spot it was on with the back pack and let the adventure begin.
... the ground for people to come down and retrieve an inflatable. Therefore, as we climbed we simply had to move in time with those in front of us and also synchronise our own steps as we quickly found that if the one at the front stood still (Mark) and the one at the back (me) climbed and pushed on the inflatable the one at the front would resist and the one at the back would bounce back and stumble down the stairs!!! Once there we clambered into the tube, clung to the ...
... tell us we will have a good tail wind so should only take 7hrs & 10 mins.
By the time we get through immigration (we through away our coffee rather than having to declare it) 9pm we manage to miss the local bus into town by 15 minutes so we get a taxi (17 dollars). We think we are getting approx 1.6 to the pound.
Bombora resort have left out room (211) open and the keys next to the TV. I unpack my backpack as some ...
... were going to stay. Byron would be nice but with all the fuss in the morning, was out of the picture.
Christine jumped on the iPhone and within no time we had a Wotif mystery hotel in Surfers Paradise. We knew it would be nice but for $100.00 the Crowne Plaza was a welcome surprise and a big step up from the van.
We had always planned to try to sell the van in Brisbane by the end of July. Tick that ...