Gold Coast International Backpacker Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGold Coast International Backpacker Resort Surfers Paradise
we liked the location right opposite the Q1 building & right next to the beach. the kitchen was of ok standard and the bedding etc was clean. we just didnt like that you couldnt bring your own alcohol into the hostel as they have their own bar and the prices of the drinks in their bar are quite expensive and the drinks are understocked!not a very sociable hostel!
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... been. My face felt raw and exposed, but I was extremely happy
and felt oh so alive.
We had a laugh filling out the feedback
sheets. I did not know Monique's name at that point, so asked her for
the form. She said, “Mon qui-qui.” Suuuuuure. I put that and drew
a picture of a tour guide using a megaphone to talk to the visitors.
Monique said be creative and silly with it. Reading the feedback
sheets was their entertainment. Jazmyn went above ...
... speed to be vertical high in the air before the vertical drop back to where we started. Several roller coaster and water rides and the 5:00pm closure came all to quickly. We headed back to the Observation Deck at Skypoint for pre dinner cocktails and decided to stay for dinner and watch the twinkling lights of the Gold ...
... still still this long on my butt.
Regarding social media. Imagine, Patte (a dear close male friend from Berlin) told me yesterday via WA that Henrik (a common study buddy of us) meanwhile lives in Sydney as well. So I have contacted him today. Result is that we will have a joint Easter Brunch in Sydney on Sunday. Monday, I will be hiking in the Blue Mountains and on Tuesday and Wednesday I will meet other friends in Sydney. You will read about it...just HERE!
Our flight from Perth landed at 11pm on the Saturday night. Straight away we could tell it had been a hot day from the smell in the air that was similar to landing on a European holiday Island. Not so different to a Greek airport, the terminal we landed in was literally an aircraft hanger with a luggage belt! We found our way to the Skybus which is an airport shuttle bus which took us very quickly and with free wifi to Southern Cross station in the city centre. From there we got a ...
... see as much as normal.
However, the routes up and down are often windy and usually quite steep. Coming back down we encountered problems with the gears not engaging properly and smelling of clutch plate burning. Quite scary.
Yes, we'd done the clutch plate in! Not nice at all.
The part had to be ordered in specially as Toyota Gold Coast didn't have the right one in stock. This left us stranded without wheels for a couple of days. As the rain turned ...