Gold Coast Airport Motel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... quite a tropical paradise, but an urban paradise, it might just be. After getting a drink and wandering around a bit, we decided to set our sights on jobs. I had already spotted a couple I was interested in so we searched for an internet cafe and printed out some CVs to hand in. I distributed a couple and then we decided to head back to the house (which Becky isn't a big fan of). We got showered, changed and ready and headed back out to get some food. We found a cheap ...
... fallen out my backpack...... we went everywhere but could not find it. Finally I got all my stuff out the Airplane knowing I must had it somehow misplaced. Sure enough it had fallen behind the seat in the Airplane when I had placed it on top of Backpack while talking ...great relieve .... Paid my Bill and took off on RWY 22 into a 22tks Headwind only to find out that my Canopy was not Properly Locked on the Right hand side and accelerating the Wind noisy ...
... the hotel was hosting the 'Australian Bikini Model of the Year' competition tonight & we both decided we had nothing better to do than have a few beers and watch for ***** and giggles. Way too many beers went down, especially after we were told that 'tooheys new' were buy one get one free! The barbie bikini parade was brilliantly cringe and we had a great time mocking the girls and making snarky comments. We seemed to just click and hit it off straight away with out humour. ...
... from water that might have salt water crocodiles in it, and don't stay in the same place for more than 15 minutes. Yikes!
Max very much wanted to ride the train through the park. It was on this ride that I discovered that I am relatively incompetent at taking selfies (at least according to Kyra). I was reminded of Malcolm Gladwell's 10,000 Hour Rule, and wondered if it applied to 10,000 ...
... with these guys that played various instruments such as the guitar, accordion, and banjo. They were what looked like hippies but very cool guys.
The next day we woke up to rain and it would last all day, luckily we spent most of the day driving to Byron bay. Once there we decided to rent little cabins as there isn't much room in the van when it's raining and everything gets dirty, we were also still tired from the night before. Nice and ...