Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel & Residences
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... As mentioned before, the quicker we are, the less time Chris is away from the build of our camper.
This week the...
Kitchen window finally arrived, late yesterday afternoon. Installation took place after we left today. Then, on the way home we received a text message and a photo - 'it fits". We of course it would fit.
Vinyl flooring is attached...wow we are thrilled with that. We really like it.
Cables - Geeze ...
... to struggle when the campest batty boy going sees me struggle and then offers to lend me a hand as he is an experienced sausage handler and to try him later. Refraining for dripping the **** we laugh and hide haha After that we struggled to take the first bite but made it in the end. We play some games get drunk and head out on a bar crawl. First few bars were ok when the little hobbit girl started head ...
... we are both big wusses, and started by going on a few kids rides, which we found scary enough, but got some nerves and got braver and braver as the day went on! The water park was the most fun, even thought it wasn't the warmest day. Some great rides and as the kids had gone back to school in the few days before, we barely had to queue ...
... the tweed country side which is gloriously green in comparison to some of the drought affected areas we have visited in recent months. The day trip took us through Tumgulum, Murwillumbah and then as far south as Nimbin. Nimbin was a bit of a disappointment to me, there were no scantily clad nymphs or any of residual happy smiley vibes leftover from the 70s. Rather it possessed a fairly observable undercurrent of criminality, which was quite unpleasant and ...
... via Brisbane by air from Canberra. The 600 miles to Brisbane took around 100 minutes and the flight was wonderfully smooth. From 31,000 feet I was able to see several bush fires which although to me appeared serious were nothing compared with what was to follow 3 weeks later. On arrival we transferred by taxi to a famous Italian restaurant Gambaro's, Caxton Street for the local delicacy mud crab. If you have never seen a ...