Santai Retreat Apartments Casuarina Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out of the camera case …O-M-G !! The bloody camera case - around the other side of the car – where the bloody hell was he when he “locked” the car with the remote ?? He would have had to walk past the open boot … yes … walked past it.
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The Standing Stones
Lots of tall granite stones standing up and around in a circle … no explanation anywhere ...
... properties. We now arrive at Kingscliff, where we will stay for 2 nights - certainly time for a rest from driving .
11th - This morning, a walk along the beach after some minor maintenance jobs, so nice to be in light clothes & thongs.... Our first major supermarket shopping, then a walk along the shops, a drive out to the breakwater, before back to the van for a little Happy Hour.
... finish in a wave of heavenly white
The lighthouse that overlooks this beautiful scene - morning, noon and
night, giving onlookers the chance to let their mind wander back to childhood
and imagine the man living inside
The miniature snowballs of sand, handiwork of the crabs, that intricately
decorates its blank canvas
The proud penis that leads ...
... then played Scrabble. Anne Gabrielle beat me by very embarrassing margin. I should also mention that she is 85 year old, legally blind and English is her second language. Eeeeeek! I will definitely have to lift my game.
I then headed to Sue and Yolana's house. They also live in Kingscliff. They have a beautiful home at Salt which they designed and had built a few years ...
... to ride the train and buses. I know that buses and trains run later on weekends but NOT on Thursday nights. I know what is considered a 'cheap' meal or flight and what is expensive. I know my way around an extremely large campus like I've been there forever. I've met more people from all different walks of life than I ever have before. My classes are now familiar and boring. What I'm trying to say is that after three weeks of living in Brisbane (now going on ...