Santa Anne By the Sea
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and looked around there. The Mall is a fantastic structure and was not due to open until 10 am; so therefore the pedestrians around were workers on their way to work.
We had a good look around it seeing the Underwater Aquarium, the fountains outside and the various other attractions there. The aquarium is very impressive with the biggest fish being Sharks, Stingray and Gophers.
Kate and John were quite hungry and all the adverts for food ...
... views of the small islands. We walked on to Russell island to enjoy milkshakes at the local cafe. It was a lovely way to spend the afternoon. At 4.30 we rejoined the rest of the family at Angela's for a swim in their swimming pool in their back garden. Despite being a little cold it was refreshing! We had fun chilling out in the pool and playing with the kids. Nathan quickly became the target the children wanted to get ...
I decided to spend the morning sunbathing, so after I'd had breakfast and checked out I went a laid by the pool. I've quite enjoyed my time at surfers, even if it has been a little lonely! After sunbathing pretty much all morning Kirsten said she could meet me for 10mins before I leave, I had to pop to Coles anyways to get some bits for lunch, so I waited in town to hear from her but she didn't have time ect.. So I walked back to hostel and had lunch and it started to rain! Was crazy!! ...
... was another stunning seaside spot, however being slightly red from the day before I opted for hiding in the shade! We arrived at Hawks Nest that evening and before dinner we drove a short distance to a near by bay to watch the sunset. A fellow camper had told us dolphins are often seen at the bay during sunset and sure enough they didn't disappoint! For dinner we cooked beef on the barbecue and made tacos yum yum.
Our second day in Hawks Nest was ...
... say Jennies). We get a good nights kip and Mat has the next day off to show us around.
We wake up to discover Mat's car has an oil leak or something so whilst he's sorting that out we spend the morning booking hostels and buses for the east coast. We of course also do our compulsory washing, it costs $10 at the hostels. Mat's back by lunchtime and we head on out to the hinterland. Its a rainforest area by the gold coast centred around ...