Oceana on Broadbeach
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... the Outpost Cafe at Canungra before settling in for a lovely breakfast of coffee and poached eggs. The Yammy is about to join Jordans fleet of bikes when his motorcycle tour company kicks off in the very near future. I have it on good understanding that the 'Gold Coast Motorcycle Tours' web site will be launching within the next forty eight hours. I have been instructed to promote Jordans business as much as possible whilst Marg and I are touring. I believe ...
... been worried, these were blue Blubber Jellyfish, which pose no threat to human beings. In fact, it seems that the risk posed by wildlife to humans in Australia is hugely exaggerated. Even the big names like box jellyfish don't pose a massive risk. You can usually count the annual human deaths caused by these creatures on two fingers. Horse racing accidents account for nearly ten times as many deaths. After lunch, we still had time to try our hand at ...
... or Sydney so I had plenty to do during the 3 hour stop over. I went and got breakfast at a small cafe and the spent the next 2 hours walking around through the airport.
2 hours seemed to go by quickly and before long I was back on a plane again on my way to Athens!
The flight to Athens from Abu Dhabi take almost 5 hours, I was so excited flying over all the beautiful Mediterranean Islands, ...
... Jo Jo. It was a really cool ride and I didn't feel sick at all. It was pure exhilaration.
We then wandered the park for more rides and where the lines were low, we had a go. Which was great after 3pm because a lot of families leave and the lines become 10 minute waits. Of course leaving lunch till that time was probably not the best idea as not much was open and the line for an Ice Cream lunch was longer than the ...
... foam to make our bed super comfy. Now we sleep like princesses. On our adventures, we came across the Surf World museum, full of a whole load of different surf boards and memorabilia, from the first generation of surf boards ever made, to pro surfers old boards. One board is worth $30,000 and one lucky museum owner owns ALL of the hundreds of boards and other items. Taken through each decade, we saw the changes ...