Broadbeach Travel Inn Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... raft so dad left. My favorite ride was the Tornado, you spin in a floaty raft and you fly out and then go high. After that dad and I went on the Kamikaze, I got to go up and down the big hills backwards. It was fun because when you go down your raft doesn't touch the ...
... we got the shuttle bus to the bus station, then my bus came at half 2 and I was on my way it was soo weird as we drove into a different time zone and the clocks went forward an hour so I lost an hour of my day somewhere! We got to byron bay at 5.30, I then walked to hostel and got checked in, it was getting late already so I decided I'd explore byron tomorrow, I had dinner, got showered and read my book, the couple in my room seem really nice which is ...
Brisbane is a beautiful city and we hit it on a busy Saturday. Got a bit lost finding our hotel but stopped at a honda dealership where they went on line to help us. Everyone seems to know someone from Canada or in this case, the honda guy a woman born in ...
... it was raining and blowing a gale!
After a pretty minimal set up we headed out to a shopping centre not far from SeaWorld and had a bit of lunch. Di had planned to do a spot of shopping and I had promised to behave but she really couldn't get her shopping mojo together so we decided to drive up the Mount Tamborine. It was a very pretty drive but the rain was solid and views were not really there.
Di prepared butter chicken from ...
... the east coast but there was never a shortage of hopeful surfers willing to give it a good go. Me being one of them. Yes it's true, I hired a board and gave it a go. I absolutley loved it! I didn't realise how hard it was just to get out there with the board let alone ride the waves! The current was ridiculously strong and by the time I made it back on sand it felt like I had just done the marathon! Another highlight of Surfers would have to be ...