Beach House Seaside Resort
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... the beaches stretch up the coast line. Out to see the curvature of the earth can be seen, but unfortunately we couldn't see any whales.
Dinner for tonight consisted was a bit of a special one, for us anyway. Sushi Train. Japanese food gets made and delivered around the seated patrons on a train. We loved it all.
Well, the Gold coast has been a thrill. I'm sure we will be back in a couple of years... Once Zoe gets over her log ride phobia.
... our instructor. It was hard work and I came off way more than I stayed on. It didn't help that there was a strong sweep which meant you were always getting pulled to the side of the waves and getting back through it was tough. After a couple of hours we came in aching, but it was worth it. One more activity ticked off!
In the evening I met up with Betsie who'd done a diving trip and had drinks with a few guys from the hostel, along with a shocking game of pool. I need practice!
A lovely peaceful night sleep although we are awake at 5.15 (would be 8.15 in NZ).
Thursday 30 JanuaryDo some much needed washing then lay by the pool. Early afternoon it looks like rain so we get the washing and then do some bits and bobs on the internet (4 dollars for one hour). Later Colin books air Asia flights from Manila to KL and kL to krabi. We manage to get a bit more sunbathing in before the clouds gather again.
Checked out and wandered round town with the boys during the day as we hadn't seen it in sun and not drunk.
We found an arcade, it was massive so we decided to play about like kids for a couple of hours; however next to the arcade was a firing range, all sorts of weapons from pistols to full on 30cal rifles, weird. Said goodbye to the boys as they were going Sydney, hopefully I'll see them again at some point. They ...
... gale force, and the ocean, as far as the eye could see, covered in white caps. This is the first morning that there are no surfers out on the water and only an odd couple of people walking on the beach. Surfers Paradise across the bay has disappeared as a sea mist coming off the ocean has cut the visibility across the bay and not one high-rise is visible. The sun is up but today, at least this morning, it is not a beach day, so we decided to relax, ...