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Travel Blogs from Surfers Paradise
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
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... Everyone joined in and then we learned the actions, all whilst bobbing on a kayak with the dolphin swimming about 50 meters from us. An amazing experience, we have seen dolphin before but not in the wild just swimming about and so closely to us as well. Unfortunately it felt over so quickly, we had to head back in to shore, still stopping every now and again for some more information on the local habitat of the dolphins or the coastline. We had to ride the waves in a ...
... So place more or less to selves. When we arrived we dumped our bags and headed to Dr for Katie- all good &then RSL where we met my REAL Uncle Neville and Cousin Melanie and her son -Ryan. Was so lovely to meet them. Last time I saw my Uncle was 44 years ago and first time meeting Melanie. Spent afternoon listening looking at photos and catching up- was really lovely. Evening -went dinner then walk through the streets ...
... dangling precariously, so did some running repairs with some bits of rope and hoped they’d last until we got to Cloncurry. They didn’t!!
Ten kms outside of The Curry we stopped for some roadworks, I checked the bikes and discovered the top carry bar had snapped and one of them had been bumping along the road, which of course didn’t do much for the tyre, which was shredded, and the rim was buckled so ...
... had enough so we moved down the bus at the first opportunity, but sick to the back teeth of this kid who was spoiling an otherwise pleasant day, I reported him to the bus driver. Clearly trained for such matters, the driver immediately notified control before launching himself down to the back of the bus, confident no doubt due to his considerable frame, and proceeded to 'have a word.' The lad went quiet. Left simmering over the next few stops after his mate had departed, he decided ...