Beach Palms Holiday Apartments
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... bridge which was great. Been a lovely few weeks that I will never forget. Really hope to come back one day. At the gate now waiting for my flight. Fastest ever security which was great. Bye Australia thanks Caroline, Darryl, Harrison and Rebecca. Love you and miss you already. Bali here I come. Business class rocks. Champers before takeoff. Yay. Pulled pork canapés followed by lamb with mint mash and mint jus. I could really get used to ...
... pop around to visit my Mum’s Aunty Joyce, it was so lovely to catch up with her and meet her new dog Mitzey, it’s a shame we didn’t see Sue and Billy this visit it just means we’ll have to visit again!
We make it back to the caravan park in time for ”Make your own Pizza Night” at the café by the pool, so while we finish off our meal with a drink the kids have a swim in the pool, a lovely way to finish off the evening.
... to judge the guy as our car was right where we left it with all the belongings intact. We set up the stove on a picnic bench and had a fried egg sarnie for lunch before packing up and setting off on our way to Springbrook.
Lamington National Park was really nice and we had enjoyed the scenic rim area. It was just a shame we couldn't stay longer as there was lots to do in and around the large area the rim covers. At least we still had our belongings though!
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... spit past Sea World. We stopped for a walk out on the beach then back into town.
The traffic was very heavy and we eventually found a park on the Esplanade leaving us with a two kilometre walk into Carvel Avenue. A walk around the shops and a coffee then a long walk back to the 4WD. Heaps of traffic on the way back to the park arriving back at 5.15pm.
This park has 400 sites so it was very kid noisy for ...
... to get us to Tweed Heads where we could see if we could get our Jockey wheel fixed. Such a nice person, lending it to us as it was worth $365 and he really had only meet us during the week, although Kaz and him really did hit it off, with Kaz inviting him to our place later this year when he is in Melbourne getting some work done on his Jayco Van.
Well there are still some really nice people out there. (Mad Golfer)
Bye for now.