Chancellor Executive Apartments
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Chancellor Executive Apartments Robina
Travel Blogs from Robina
... differ at 5am this morning) which means that we won't really be able sunbath. We woke up at 9am that same day and were treated to a summer fruit platter and croissants. Later that morning we took a trip to Coscos - a massive american shop where you can buy everything in bulk. Everything there was super sized! You could get a 15kg bucket of Chuppa Chups and a 22kg of rice. When we got home, we sunbathed and went for a swim ...
... an hour, but we eventually took off and had the 7.5hr flight to Brisbane. We landed in Brisbane at 1.20am- not the best time haha- and my Aunty Sharon and Uncle Derek picked us up. We went back to their place and caught up over iced water, and cheese and crackers- so good!!! It's hot here, but not too much yet which is nice. We woke up and had the most amazing breakfast of croissants, yoghurt and fresh ...
... the total of kilometres to just 14000.
To add a bit more of statistic: Before the start of my trip, my body weight was 14 kg higher then now . Should not be very hard to work out, how much on a average of a thousand that makes.
Now, as this adventure becomes a part of my past, I am sad it is over, but on the other hand very happy to have been able to life such a "dream ...
... very encouraging, sometimes very worrying or not at all encouraging comments.
My doctors comment, "I hope you realise you are not 25 anymore", was such a moment, when I thought, maybe he is right, what an arrogance of me, to think my old body could still endure such a stressful journey.
It is nice now to say, every bit was worth the risk.
Thank you , to all my friends who always encouraged me ...
... had any questions and giving us food to feed them. Once I left there I went and looked at all the other animals such as, Crocodiles, Tasmanian Devils, Birds, Koalas, Dingos and many more. Some of the sanctuaries were hard to spot the animal but most of them were quite easy.
There is also a animal hospital at the sanctuary which I though was amazing. People visiting the Sanctuary are able to watch the vet work on the ...