Bahia Beachfront Apartments
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... name, it better well be just that! As you can probably already tell from my tone... I wasn't impressed with what I saw. Ok, in the beachside resort's defence... The sky was grey and overcast, with threatening showers (which did indeed eventually launch an attack a few hours later), so this didn't exactly help brighten up the place. But man, does this place need a bit of brightening up. Crikey. I'm not even over-exaggerating.... ...
... condo run-down from Michael and Heather (our delightful hosts) - was getting some groceries and 'other essentials'.
This meant using the car -- which is relatively straightforward, except for the fact that everyone in Australia insists on driving on the wrong side of the road. Still, you do get used to it pretty quickly, and with relatively few shrieks of terror ...
Gold Cost & Surfers Paradise
The gold coast…hummmm…WOW!
Our first impression seems different and this place has a luxury feel rather than a coastal area! We are staying with Garrick and Nabia in there amazing home! They live in an a Mexican palace!!....with a huge pool J!
Surfers Paradise is obviously famous for its water sports, especially surfing and the championships are held here every year! The beach ...
... then time to meet up with Zac and Shell and kids and plan our days activities... If you can call running from ride to ride in a random direction a plan. We did all the rides in the kids zone and it included a ride I wanted to go on, but go on the tamer version of it, Pandamonium. Its a chariot on a large arm that wings around while it spins around, and boy can it spin vertically 360 degrees in less than a second at times. ...
... younger single backpackers to themselves and hoping for the older-couple backpackers we had become accustomed to in New Zealand (we sound old) on our next stop.
We found reasonable priced airport shuttles worked fine for hostel-airport pick up and drop off, very convenient for our travelling times. Other strange Australian memories include the Aboriginals, all very drunk and dangerous looking wildly ambling around Cairns, not such a good look for ...