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Travel Blogs from Tweed Heads
After raining all day yesterday we woke to beautiful sunshine today. So decided to head into town for Brunch and explore the twin towns of Tweed Heads and Coolangatta.
Following a lovely brunch, in the sunshine on the esplanade in Coolangatta, had a walk around the shopping centre and beach front.
Went up to the Captain Cook's Memorial Lighthouse, ...
It was an early start this morning, had to check out, Face timed Jay for a bit, ate some yoghurt and had to be ready for the 7am pick up!
After my skydive got cancelled at Mission Beach I was going to do it in Sydney but Nicola and Caroline were going to do theirs at Byron so thought I would join them!
We arrived at the place, signed our lives away on a load of forms and then went to sort photo packages and stuff. I was supposed to be jumping at ...
... it was our...anniversary!! Yep, we've been together for a whole year! :D
When we arrived in our room, I walked into the bedroom to find a teddy on the bed, a heart shaped helium balloon and a rose in a glass jar. Lucas had phoned ahead and ordered for them me. What a lovely surprise!
The next day we made a stop at Lake Ainsworth, a lake surrounded by tea trees so the water is brown. It looks ...
... hub, sees the state of the cupboard under the hob (which I forgot to tidy) and kind of talks to himself a bit whilst he is working. He cannot fix it, so he will need to get someone else around. Sigh, that means we are going to have to clean again.
The fellas come home and I rustle up a super dooper dinner of spinach and walnut pesto pasta. It takes about 2 seconds to make and tastes like restaurant food. Delicious. ...
... travel epics, that you will be hearing more about this scary development later.
Thursday 3 May – Day 45
Awoke in the cabin at Tweed Heads to another pearler of a day. We’d prepared ourselves to go to Currumbin in the wet, but a cloudless day was a bonus. What a day…..
Currumbin Sanctuary, Queensland’s Gold Coast, is a National Trust property run to show, protect and ...