19th Avenue on the Beach
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Today we headed off to Movieworld. Brian and I didn't think we had been here before although Kelli reminded us that we had about 17 years ago. Just as well she has a good memory. I did however recognise the stunt drive area, but Brian thought they must have had one similar at Dreamworld. We had a great day, got there about 10:15 and left about 5:15. Penny told me about the special deal she got with tickets and we ended ...
... twice as much...) and then headed back to meet Becky from her interview. We were both pretty shattered by this point and it had just about turned midday. We decided to head back and get changed before getting lunch and heading to the beach. In town Beck finally bought herself a new towel - I don't know why she needed a second towel, I didn't ask - and then we grabbed some Subway to eat on the beach. I have to say this is the nicest place I've eaten Subway. It certainly beat ...
... New South Wales, where the time is an hour ahead. This is an odd anomaly considering that NSW sits pretty much directly beneath Queensland. We arrived at the cinema in time to catch plenty of the pre-film adverts and trailers. The film was The Water Diviner, which is Russel Crowe's directional debut. Its plot surrounds some young Australian men who served at Gallipoli in the Great War. Apparently, remembrance of those who served and died in ...
... of $400 was due to my own negligence in taking a tight turn which ripped off an awning bracket denting the caravan. Then I had the misfortune of having to fork up $180 to replace a caravan widow smashed by a stone flung up by a passing truck. Not an awful lot to dish out when I compare it with the price of fuel along the way. At times I paid $2.20 a litre, but the biggest expensive was when being asked to pay $32.50 for a bottle of cheap wine at Ayers Rock. Needless to say ...
... it's white front and splashed it's tail fin several times and boys said it was like it was waving! We have even seen a couple of whales standing on the beach where we are staying and the boys have loved body surfing and creating sand structures with the fine soft white sand. We have enjoyed chilling out after our the long drive down the east coast, but soon we will back on the road to our last stop in Australia as we head back into Queensland to Brisbane before we fly ...