Surf Regency Apartments
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... as centre parcs. We signed our names up to a $5 all you can eat BBQ with free entry and a free drink to a club where apparently lots of hostels bring all their backpackers together. Next we headed into the city to have a wander around...we found the beach and lots of shops and then bought some more food to make our meals for the next couple of days before heading back to the hostel again. It rained again whilst we were walking around and was ...
... I had expected. We only had 24 hours until our flight to Sydney but none of us really knew what we were supposed to do once we arrived. So we had a chat with the reception at the campground who recommended we got a hire car (why we didn't think of that before I don't know). Luckily thrifty had a 4x4 left, so we took it and saved ourselves heaps on transfer busses etc... The rock is within the National park and you do have to pay an entrance fee per person but it is valid for 3 days. Once ...
After returning to Brisbane it only took an hour to reach Surfers Paradise. We had decided to try out 'couch surfing' - an official website where people let you sleep on their couch or spare room for a few nights. We wanted to try it out as a way of getting to know the area we are staying in better and getting to meet interesting people (plus it's free which is a massive bonus!) Our couch surfing host, Brad, kindly picked us up from the bus station and showed ...
... is not as warm as one may think - wetsuits are the norm here for sure, at some other beaches such as north facing Clarke's beach at Byron Bay where we were yesterday, it was a bit warmer and fewer wetsuits were in use! The dolphins are abundant in the area and we have been lucky enough to watch them playing in the surf and celebrating great wave rides with aerial acrobatics - so cool to watch from the beach.
On Friday we headed north to the ...
... getting on this ferry. Luckily, there was a place but at a cost of $85 for the car. After a debate we decided that going over to Straddy Island was a rush and a big cost so with the evening drawing close we decided to head further north to the Sunshine Coast to visit some friends. After a couple of hours and now driving in the dark whilst trying to avoid the hundreds of frogs that just appear to be hopping around everywhere we finally arrived at Mick and Becky's home. Knackered!!