Santa Anne By the Sea
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Having been up to nearly 4 in the morning yesterday, there was no way I was going to be sorting my circadian rhythm out today. It looks like it will be even worse in just over a week when we leave Australia. Yep, it's official. We're leaving the country on the 26th. We've talked about it a lot and whilst we've enjoyed a few of the activities and sights we've seen here, Australia just isn't for us. So we're heading to a continent ...
... one. Chips changed hands regularly and Jane acquitted herself very well. Korina played the role of the reckless maverick and came back from the brink again and again. Eventually, though, her mind games didn't help her and she went out first. Ben Yates joined the game late and exited quickly. Rob steadily accumulated wealth although Ben and Jane remained in with a shot. In the end, a useful set of community cards were dealt and all three remaining players went for the big ...
Saturday morning, we went to Simon's house for coffee and another goodbye, then took off for the Gold Coast in shocking weather. Luckily we got onto the Gateway Motorway and travelled all the way to the Gold Coast without a stop. At some stages, we could hardly see 100 metres in front of us.
As we drive into the caravan park in Main Beach, we see Steve, Jasmine & Joshua walking along ...
... frisked at close quarters by serious looking security officers. A container of mints in Nev's trousers set of the alarm on both occasions. When we got to the gate for the flight to Bangkok we found that there were few food outlets and other services in this newly completed section of the terminal. We had a muffin at a Fluffy Luffy outlet. Running short of Ringets Leonie was able to pay for the muffin in Euros. The Air Asia flight ...
... are actually very rare and are very
important for us. The light they shine
is very helpful in science research, for example, using that light when doing
procedures and for the environment. It
is natural light that does not produce any heat with it so it is very
eco-friendly. This light shinning is
called bioluminescence. We were not able
to take pictures of the glowworms because they are so ...