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... It's now a thriving country town attracting tourists who enjoy a stroll down the main street taking photos of charming wooden facades of the old buildings which were once the pubs. The old mines department where we lodged our claim is now the School of Mines and Courthouse. "Don't think you'll get info you're looking for luv", the nice lady librarian informed me on inquiring if the mines department would still have records dating back 48 years. "It's closed down and all data ...
... show me Burleigh heads so we donned our runners (trainers) and walked up the busy beach front to a series of lookouts over the whole of the Gold Coast. I even spotted the plume of water spray from a humpback whale making its annual migration North. My legs were still really sore so coming down was rather comical as my legs were too painful to slow me down. We picked up some fish (dory) and chippies, had a cider from the esky (cool box) and snuggled under a ...
... and John enjoyed the building and out houses there in and then it was out into the heat again through the back streets towards the Dubai Creek. As we went through the shops the keepers tried to sell us things and were especially keen on Kate. We continued through and eventually were approached by a skipper on one of the many Dubai Creek Dhows. We took a 40 minute ride and when I asked Kate and John how they liked it - Kate said it was too hot and John said it ...
in short shorts (which is the norm here) that come of about mid-thigh with a casual
t-shirt. Additionally, there is a
surplus of high schools in the area, and you can tell those students apart
because they wear uniforms. The
Australian school system mimics the one in England because it is a commonwealth
Thanks so much again for reading J
... bus ride was around 2 hours, but it was very scenic especially as you reach the waters around the peninsula, Pittwater and Broken Bay, surrounded by forests of marvellous trees. Again we did not leave on time and we were supposed to meet some other truckers who also had the same idea to go there apon the same day. We were late but Sean and Cara waited and we were soon on the very long bus ride out if town. It was very much a locals bus there were no other tourists on board, not ...