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... beautiful city. Brisbane was well and truly ticked off on the Australian bucket list.
The day we left for surfers paradise, our bus was at 16:00 so we spent the morning and early afternoon avoiding the sun in post office square, utilising Brisbane's free wifi. After a heavy burrito lunch we waddled back to reclaim our luggage and caught the bus to surfers paradise.
I had an image of a medium ...
So this is where we are now:
We have moved back to Banora Point and living in a granny flat at my parents house. Our own home is rented until July next year so it is a perfect time to get cracking on our business - ULTIMATE POOL CARE! The girls have settled into school and are loving it. Wayne is also working at a local Concrete pumping company and I am getting the 'behind the scenes' aspect of the business setup. We have a couple ...
... time following these but we never got close. Then a fisheries boat came up to us and after transferring two officers, we went a little further up the coast where there was a pod of five or six. Two of these were males forcing their attentions on a female. We were able to get very close to these and indeed at times they came right up to the boat, under it and along side it, the males displaying flukes and pectoral fins as they showed off. We left them still performing and ...
... dropping down the other side is spectacular. We should have stopped to enjoy the view but we were in a long queue behind a truck, so we carried on. Next time we will. We made good time unti we hit Netang and the Doris wouldn't behave again and we resorted to finding our friends from memory. However we were there by lunchtime and the conversation has stopped since ...
... and drinks on the boat so we had a picnic on the beach, then a swim, then walked along it. What a day.
The boat drops you off onto the beach then pulls away and anchors off, to allow for the falling tide, before returning to collect us after a couple of hours. They count everyone off and then count everyone back on, and there's one person missing. They recount to confirm and still one person short. They announce they will have to send someone out ...