Oaks 212 Margaret
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... here on working holiday visas, and were in town so it made perfect sense. I really enjoyed catching up with Liv on the other side of the world and seeing how well she was...see you again soon hopefully! Surfers Paradise has a well known backpacker pub crawl, called the Backpackers Big Night Out. Not normally my scene, but you received free entry into 4 bars/clubs and a free drink in each, for a price of $30 (nothing in life is ever free apparently..). It was a fun night out and I ...
... fit everything in anyway. So looking forward to getting to this hostel with a hot tub tonight even though I know I won't get there until about 8pm 🙌🏽 😤 First ever cold hot tub? And the evening entertainment is transvestite bingo. First hostel where I've been completely mislead. And they didn't tell us their free shuttle service finished at 4pm so we had to pay $20 for a cab to go ...
... about from Hutch, the eloquent destination lecturer on the ship. As we got closer, we could hear the sounds of music so we headed in that direction. At the entrance to the market area, there was a small band of musicians, playing what I can closest describe as "Klezmer" music (look it up). They were playing much different music to other street bands I've heard and I had to stand and listen while the others headed into the market. ...
... who is at Lone Pine for three months and in
Australia for a year) and Daniel. We got along famously.
Lunch was fine. I was in an odd mood
still, so was quite quiet and inwardly-focused. Dylan came and
chatted away, and asked me about my book and photography again. Nora was writing in her journal before anyone else
came. Jasmine was quietly sitting next to me, done with her lunch,
and surfing her phone. We talked a bit, ...
... then went exploring. The first thing you notice is another massive statue of Steve and his family with a crocodile which is lovely but so weird. It's lovely that the whole place keeps his memory alive but it also makes it seem a little sad. We started off by walking through some of the croc enclosures, one was called Alison so I defo had to have a picture of her to send to mum later. Some were absolutely huge, and the information by each of the crocodiles pools has Steve ...