Aruba Surf Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... a sanctuary employee emerging from a shop with a huge carpet python around her neck. This scarf seemed perfectly happy relaxing on his happy handlers' shoulders and had shaped itself into a tailor-made fit around her form. The feel of its scaly skin is difficult to describe but perhaps softer than you might imagine. We had no intention of leaving the sanctuary without riding the miniature railway and hopped on for a short ride towards the entrance/exit. We strolled ...
Saturday morning, we went to Simon's house for coffee and another goodbye, then took off for the Gold Coast in shocking weather. Luckily we got onto the Gateway Motorway and travelled all the way to the Gold Coast without a stop. At some stages, we could hardly see 100 metres in front of us.
As we drive into the caravan park in Main Beach, we see Steve, Jasmine & Joshua walking along ...
Early morning, packing up our things and loading up the car! Goodbye one comforts! Hour drive to Brisbane in the morning, for a VIP Nitro Circus Live experience at the Brisbane Entertainment centre. Was pretty awesome! Watched so many unbelievable stunts being performed ...
... Doo ride - a fast, jerky roller coaster in the dark - Charl was a littl scared- but loved it . . . Once we'd got off. Coming out of that ride, we met Matt - who had landed from a 36 hour door-to-door trip from Africa only a few hours earlier. We took him on the log flume (it would have had much sexier name!) to wake him up. It was a great ride - Charl hid (becoming a common theme) - we all got ****-wet through! ...
... 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 ...