Oaks Casino Towers
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... quite impressed with southbank and the beautiful garden areas, from here we walked along the river and stopped off to read our books for a little while. We were both sad to say goodbye not only to Sandi and the family but to Australia overall as we have both had the most amazing two months of our lives. Liam rates the gold coast 7.5/10 and brisbane 7/10. We didn't explore the gold coast too much besides the parks but travelled through a little bit to get around and ...
... transfer cycle with such a huge amount of bus lines all intersecting at one point. That was incredible.
Finally, being in bus 430, I started conversation with the bus driver and we ended up talking for 35 min straight. He told me his life time story and showed me pictures of his wife and the 3 grown-up daughters. He was 12 years old when he immigrated from France. His wife is half German, half Dutch. The girls only been taught English. ...
... Crown Lager … They think it’s a premium lager, but it’s flavourless crud. XXXX Gold (Castlemaine Perkins) … a lovely full-flavoured lager. Ruby Tuesday Amber … an average, but tasty brown ale. Byron Bay Pale Lager … a refreshing quaff on a hot day.
The pub was advertising Canadian Club and Dry for only $10. 330ml. Basically it’s a premixed CC & ginger for way too much money, but funny to us Canucks.
... br> New developments are ongoing; the result of this is evident if you compare it to one of my previous bikes a BMW R80RT which bought new in 1985 (which was, at the time, the best BMW touring bike you could buy)
1985 R80RT: 800 cc. 50 horsepower 235 kg dry weight, Fuel consumption 1 litre 15 km.
2010 R1200RT: 1200CC, 110 horsepower, 229 kg dry weight, Fuel consumption 1 litre 22.5 km
46% larger engine, 120% more power, 6 ...
... for its shrimp boat fishing. This was the sort of place you could easily end up talking to a local, similar to Forrest Gump's shrimp boat friend 'Bubba', and listen to the million different ways you can cook and enjoy shrimp.
In case you didn't know... 'You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, saute it. There's shrimp-kebabs, shrimp creole, shrimp gumbo. Pan fried, deep fried, ...