Alex Seaside Resort
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Today we went on a long drive. It took a lot longer because there was a big car accident and they had to close the freeway. We went to McDonald's for lunch on the way but now we are at our new hotel. We also went to the market and tomorrow we are going to Underwater World so check in tomorrow for ...
... quite comfortable with the breeze blowing in the balcony doors. There is a good cross ventilation with the living room and bedroom door open. The bedrooms have fans that help with sleeping and our sound machine, the ocean waves. I spent some time this morning sweeping and dusting while Peter went for a swim in the ocean, it wasn't as rough today. In the afternoon, Peter and I walked the Mooloolaba beach ...
... ago was a hoot. We journeyed over as a group, made the plane trip quite short as you could drift around to chat with various people. The last run from Toronto to Peterborough was very tiring, including yet another plane ride and a 3 hour bus journey. We are all going separately this time around. The decision for me and my friends was to break up that long first flight so we are off to Hawaii! I didn't realise that we fly into Honolulu which is on ...
... a coffee to wake us up we found Starbucks and took our take away coffee over the bridge to sit on a bench in south bank and admire the view whilst eating a banana and cereal bar. I like this travelling malarky haha. Thought it was probably best that we find our hostel so that we could dump our bags and get changed seen as we both still felt disgusting from the night at work before hand. Didn't take us long to find our yellow submarine hostel and soon we were ...
... sunburn. Thursday - Fraser Island A 530am wake up call as we were getting picked up at 615am to go Fraser Island. There was no chat from tour guide Robert at this time of the morning after Rania had to repeat the same thing 4 times. As we were in a 4WD instead of taking the roads we drove along the beach! It was very beautiful driving next to the sea and spotting (and splatting) and dingo's on our way. First stop was Rainbow beach which disappointingly was not ...