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... who had their own guide. We enjoyed chatting and eating some of our enormous dinner. We each got two pieces of chicken schnitzel each about 15cm wide and long, a large bowl of french fries, and a salad. That was just the main meal, we also had garlic bread to start and ice cream for dessert! We were so full and I feel like I barely made a dent in mine. It was a good meal though.
The whole group then headed up into Springbrooke National Park to see the glow ...
... and we could see how it would look. So it is going to be square, and he will round the corners.
Kitchen Sink: Chris 'placed' the kitchen sink on the floor in the area it will be going. Obviously it will be higher up. We discussed how that would looked.
Fold away step; en-route down to Beaudesert we discussed where we would store the outdoor foldaway step. Sharon asked if an area could be made in the Fibreglass lining of the door. "Stowage" says Allan. ...
... bed of the last crumbs of the strawberry yoghurt breakfast bars and began to articulate the days events in writing. As quickly as the sun disappeared behind the forest of skyscrapers, the artificial neon substitute reignited for another evening of drunken tomfoolery in Surfer's Paradise. I'm not going to bore you with my dinner tonight as it's getting increasingly difficult to make the pasta/sauce combo sound appetising. I will point out though ...
... I set to work planning our route down as we were going to hit toll roads around Brisbane and wanted to minimise the precious dollars we would have to hand over!
On the way towards Brisbane we decided not to stop off and see the city as we are not really city people anyway and pretty much everyone has told us to miss Brisbane. The only people that seem to like it are the ones who live there, but with only a few hours we were unlikely to find the good spots and ...
... house so I could say goodbye to Sharen and the girls.
After a glass of wine and dinner, I packed my bags and we downloaded our photos onto the computer. We went outside onto the patio for the last time with a glass of Scotch and it was quite sad.
I had a shower and set the alarm for 5 am to begin the next leg of my great adventure.
Thank you Mike and Christine for a lovely couple of weeks. ...