Marrakesh Resort Apartments
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... along to the music. It was a general mix, mostly of
popular tunes from the 2000s, but some oldies and many new tracks. We left at around 1.00 and were back at
the hostel by 1.30. The clubs were still thumping and Surfers
Paradise was coming alive with late-night munchies and drunken
wanderers. Beauty. The hostel was mostly empty but for some random
people hanging out and drinking. We hit our beds, but not before Nora
and I made an agreement to go and see the sunrise at the ...
... hard to follow. Read and Eric did his sudoku in the reading room. Trying out all the different venues which are tucked away in different areas. Watched the sunset from our balcony and saw whales in the distance off the Gold Coast which we were passing. Listened to two beautiful classical violinists before another lovely dinner in the Azure Restaurant and late show before packing and leaving out luggage for disembarkation at 7,30 am ...
... food and had a true Melbourne foodie experience. The menu was very detailed if not a little complicated. We had lamb and chicken tapas sharing plates including a passion fruit salad. So we left Melbourne feeling we had seen and done the whole lot including having experienced the foodie culture you hear so much about from Melbourne! It was time to leave the city and head to the country. In the morning Charlie went to collect the hire car for our Great Ocean Road adventure. Myself and ...
... stood baffled at both the sight and smell of the lethargic koalas (they make me look energetic and the smell of eucalyptus isn't for the faint hearted). We also saw a fantastic show that featured lots of Chinese confusion and Australia’s biggest bird of prey (the wedge-tailed eagle), as well as a crocodile feeding show that lasted for much longer than usual as the main crocodile didn't seem too taken by his meal for the day. For me the most intriguing animal was the cassowary; ...
Adrian and Angela came over about 4:30, we got pizza and ate with them, then they drove us down to gold coast airport. Checked in and sat in the food court, had a drink, Nigel arrived and we went through customs and waited. Plane took off on time. Pretty good flight, we watched a movie 'Maleficent', then managed to get some sleep before lights came on and they started bringing breakfast ...