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... along with it.
Spare on, time to roll on down to the Gold Coast. First stop a lovely little walk over at _____ along the waterfront and stop off for a well needed breakfast at Max Brennars, a chocolatier shop, sharing a very indulgent breakfast of Fresh waffels with chocolate, strawberries, bananas and ice cream – NOM! It was SOOOO YUMMY! With our little chocolate bellies, we decided to go for a wander around Claire’s old place of work, the one ...
... certificate. Whilst he was away Sharon explained why the TARE weight was not going to match what was written on the paperwork. It was 42 kgs less because there was a full tank of fuel and you only have to have 10 per cent for weigh in.
She was still smiling and we were on first name basis. Ok'd.
She started to do the registration papers and said 'right that is complete for the 2012 Sprinter'.
We explained we knew ...
Hello again! Thank
you for sticking around for the second entry of my blog while I study abroad in
This past weekend, I was able to see a lot. The Arcadia group I am studying through went
on a day trip up to Mt. Tambourine, which is one of Gold Coast’s prized
possessions. It is about 45 minutes to
an hour away from Surfers Paradise, and up into the beautiful hills ...
... bracelets. I saw an aldi shop on the way in to the markets and as it was soo close I decided to walk there I got really excited though as I thought it was going to be the same as the one in England and I wanted to get them really nice burger things, I was soon disappointed though as it was nothing like the one in England and didn't have any burger things but I did manage to ...
... to the Q1 Building. Surfers Paradise didn't interest me at all because it was so commercialized that it didn't seem unique at all. Also it's got all these fancy hotels, even a Hard Rock Café and something that said Vegas, that made it seem like a little Vegas by the beach. Inside the Q1 Building was the SkyPoint, which's a 360° observation deck of Gold Coast. It cost me $22 for a day pass. It's the tallest residential building with 77 floors, a lounge area that cost an ...