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- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Started off bright and early for a 4WD trip up Tamborine mountain. Never been on a 4WD bus before but we bounced our way to the top. Mick our tour guide with Southern Cross was excellent. We stopped briefly for tea and scones atop Tamborine mountain at the Old Church Restaurant. Tamborine mountain is home to about 4,000 people according to our guide. Afterward, we drove over to ...
... Europe. It is planned and hoped that Jackie will be able to meet us in London before the Coach Tour commences.
We were driven to the Brisbane International Airport in Amy's car by John and arrived having not being delayed too much on the M1. Just one crash and about 10 minutes.
On arrival at the airport about 5pm, we were first in line for the counter opening and quickly were processed through the various procedures. Had noodles for tea and ...
... and face, burning my eye! June seemed pretty amused whilst I was crying! (Told her I did it on purpose to make her laugh ). We then went to the beach, where I continued to be stupid getting sand all over my face and in my mouth, mmm crunchy...! Didn't really do a lot in the evening, had a quick walk around the market and a quiet evening before our final day. Day 14, last day. We wanted to do a couple of things with our final day, firstly we went ...
Today we travelled inland to Nimbin on our way to friends Kassie and Paul in Oxenford. Along the way we saw huge Macadamia plantations and the countryside was like Derbyshire, England (think Malc thought he had been transported back home). We took the scenic route through National Parks and forests and to our delight we saw a kangaroo standing on the grass verge, a great sight. We arrived in Nimbin for elevenses and what a hoot of a place, this is a hippie town started ...
... and a ring to sit in and between us we pretty much tried them all. In the afternoon we headed back to the hostel to relax before dinner, and met our new roommates who were all girls and were really nice. That night we went out with the hostel again, who had organised a coach to pick us up and drop us at four different clubs with a free drink at each. We got to the third one by the time we were bored, so we went to find more pizza... We ...