Beachcomber on the Spit
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... 20 balls for Africa. In addition Four other balls have been purchased by personal friends so I am now at 44 balls. Why not buy one and make it 50! I hope we can carry them all! Big shout out to Bob Smoothy and the SCSOS committee for their generous ...
... we got some food - an American Philly Steak sandwich and I got a mango ice cream cone. It was so hot that we didn't put the convertible top down, instead we drove in air conditioned comfort. When we got home, we shared a beer and then headed to the beach out front. There were still big waves so I stayed in the shallow water while Peter went out to be buffeted by the waves. I was his on ...
... A very enjoyable night.
Miami Beach (Gold Coast) - 21 July
Henry and Sue had left Melbourne on Thursday and now caught up with us. We booked into Ocean Beach Tourist Park on Miami Beach - very small and compact but very well maintained and nice clean facilities.
After a quick trip home for our sons wedding, we hooked up again this morning in the pouring rain to head to Mooloolaba. We have some minor repairs to be done to the van at Kunda Park, a broken hinge, electrics on the rear camera and a broken door knob. We decided to stay here for a couple of nights. When the work is done we plan to head further north. If the weather ...
... area 'South East Asia' here we saw tigers, camels and red tigers. We even managed to make it to a tiger show in the afternoon which was really amazing to see the tiger do what it is naturally able to do in the wild- such as climb trees and jump up high and far. After that we headed to feed the kangaroos, which was so cool. We had bought food to feed them with so we soon became very popular after feeding the first ...