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- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Just like our first days in Melbourne and Cairns, our first day here has been one of action. Applying for work and generally getting a better idea of our surroundings. I continue to like it here. We're close to the coast, the beach and the sea, we're close to the city and there seems to be a lot to do. If we can get work here, I think we'll enjoy our time here. I had a little bit of a nightmare this morning ...
... and quiet to fire this entry off into cyberspace, while the desk fan and the soothing sounds of the Boxing Day test provide a rhythm to my typing. Nice...
Tomorrow we are off to Newie for Christmas #2 with the Sedgwick clan before we leave in the New Year for Melbourne and Thailand.
Until then Merry Christmas everyone, Happy Boxing Day and CARN THE AUSSIES!!!
... box was French for “tea” – the box is meant for tea bags but hey, it could be like Tupperware - multi-purpose ! Blank look .. oh well, forget it.
I asked if there was something like that but bigger. Yes she said and showed me something completely different - a box with 2 ceramic drawers which was taller but narrow. On the front of drawers was a red floral motif which reminded me of the Turkish tiles I had seen in ...
The first step to our Chinese adventure began with a 3:00am wake up. To our disappointment, Mum was up and attempting for us to join her. After walking around the house like zombies, we were packed into the car. I'm not quite sure if I stayed awake the entire trip. But neither is Wesley and I know he had time asleep. After leaving our car in a shady alley, we were escorted to the Coolangatta airport. Here we have begun our hours of waiting. At least we are at the front of the ...
... and spent the day on the beach with them and had a lovely evening together. Tom and Enid depart the next day and we drove to 1770 where Captain Cook first landed in Queensland. Great views and walks and there was an abundance of the most stunning blue butterflies. Very hard to capture on camera !! Chilled out for a few days, more swimming and lazing on the beach and then on the Saturday we went to the annual 1770 Captain Cook festival. Great firework ...