Aruba Surf Resort
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... Koala holds on to you -- you don't actually get to hold or pet the Koala. Once you and the Koala are settled, they snap a few photos and you go on your merry way. It was really cool - because of the rain, the bear's fur fell like wet wool...and they kinda smelled like that too. We were limited in the number of photos taken on this trip because both Michelle and I didn't check our camera batteries before leaving the apartment and quickly realized that ...
... a local farmer who owned most of Currumbin
hill, feeding lorikeets in his back yard. Second activity we did was
getting lost, but eventually we found the place we wanted. We saw Kangaroos,
dingos, Tasmanian devils and Koalas. There were many animals that you could
see, multiple shows to watch and plenty to do.
Another thing to do if you’re more adventures, the high
ropes course, a series of ropes, obstacles and flying foxes ...
... area with playground, restaurants and lots of people, however not as crowded as in Noosa. Lots of kids were out because Easter holidays which seems to be a big break for the schools. Easter itself seems to be a big holiday with Easter Bunnies present in every shape and form - edible and inedible.
It was an hour drive to King's beach where the road curved away from the coast and turned inland. One more hour to Brisbane and one more to ...
... step ups and chin ups. We had a go at each and were soon raising our heart rates! After reaching the end we moved onto the beach and walked along the sand toward Surfers Paradise. Intermittently, there were lifeguard stations and beach goers were instructed to swim between the two flags for safety. It also interested me to learn there are shark nets positioned off the shore stretching along the coast to help safe guard against attacks. The nets are generally 150 metres long, 6 ...
... through the city. Following the river seemed like we were going in circles as it coils around. The city is quite hilly and as we came over one brow in the dark, we couldn't see where the road went which was a bit disconcerting. A bit like reaching the summit on a big dipper.
It was lovely to see P&M and they hadn't aged too much in the 30 years since we last saw them so we had a good catch up before bed.