Wharf Boutique Apartments
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... people. Typical tourist place. We found a campsite but omg so expensive $68 But we didn't found so quick another one so we had to take it In the evening we walked the 3km to surfers paradise city and there next shock we wanted to have a drink in a pub. Well they asked me diana for my id. Such a joke right!? It is the law here in Queensland apparently. Airlie beach no one ever asked, but sure it is the law. They only except I'd with ...
As all three boys had got sun burnt (with Ben's shoulders glowing a bit too), it was high time for sitting in the shade for a while around the outdoor table. A sumptuous selection of snacks was brought round and greedily eaten. Ben and Kori then helped a little with some food preparation before taking an afternoon nap. This was a masterstroke. I would recommend a Christmas day nap to anyone! Christmas dinner was a feast and went down very well indeed. Everyone at the table ...
... 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 ...
... the street. It didn't last that long because by the time we got to the traffic lights dad said: "Hang on, it's the other way." Again we started walking, going past the train station and to the other end of the street. We got to the end, dad checked his map and said: "Oh, there's a shortcut way from the other end!." Off we went again past the train station, and back to the other end we started from. Apparently, according to dad we walked about 4 kilometres. We had a ...
... 30 students in each tute (short for tutorial, what
Australians call it). Here you get a
chance to participate in class and build relationships with your fellow
peers. Since lectures don’t take attendance,
you have the choice of not attending lecture, but with the tute, it is
necessary for part of your grade. At
Griffith, they also video record the lectures and post them online, which ...