Pelican Cove Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... much about getting to know our surroundings whilst also doing a bit of traveller admin - essentially planning ahead and checking the money lol. Our 2nd day in Australia was Oli's 23rd birthday. We woke up extra early, he opened his birthday cards sent from home which put a big smile on his face and we made our way to Australia zoo, famous for being the home of the 'Crikey' man, Steve Irwin. We had a fantastic day watching the croc shows, feeding kangaroos and stroking koalas. The ...
... out how she looked. Most people look for the scared face, Isabel was looking for her smile. We visited my brother (Tony) and his family for dinner in Brisbane that evening. There were 13 of us for dinner. Numbers grow quickly with combined families. It was a cooler night, however the food and company made up for it. Rogan josh and butter chicken followed by banana cake with caramel sauce. Thanks again to the chefs. Monday ...
I arrive at Gold Coast airport around 710am. The luggage takes forever and finally after going through quarantine, my boots needed washing, I finally left the airport at 830am. Bugger I had just missed the bus to the rail station. I wait with all the other tourists and soon become a tourist director. Explaining how Go Card works, what buses go where etc. Finally at 910am the bus arrives to take us to the rail station. The ...
... so used to captivity the keepers stay in the enclosure with them and have taught them tricks I'm not usually a fan of animals in captivity but these tigers did seem very happy and they are only out the front for a limited time each day. In the evening we just got some pizzas and relaxed with a ...
... when it's impossible to resist being excited to see them. Remembering I'm not the most 'animal-y' person that's ever walked the planet, after a few hours of chilled perusing I was glad to have visited a quieter sanctuary rather than the bustling Australia Zoo. Having already made it round all the key sights of Brisbane, I really appreciated pottering around solo without any urgency or time constraints. With just a week of this left, I'm going to be sure to maximise on these chill ...