Surfers Beachside Holiday Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... my apartment at 6:30 and grabbed the bus from outside my apartment to the city center. From the city center, I caught the 7:15 train south. After an hour train ride, I reached my stop of Helensvale. From that stop, I caught yet another bus (at 8:35) to the coast. By 9:20, I had reached Seaworld, my pick up spot, only about three hours later....
The surfing lesson ...
After breakfast, we headed out to spend the day at Dreamworld. The girls headed for the new Buzzsaw ride first but it closed for repairs while they were in the queue which put Tessa off going back for it later on. Instead, they went on the Thunder Falls ride instead and Heather and I watched Tessa's group go past. We got some kids to fire the water cannons at them to get them wet, but we missed seeing Kristy coming after them.
Then it was ...
... was the most special and a holiday highlight for me. We went on the evening Sounds of Silence tour. Although a bit pricey I think we were all glad we dd it. You have sunset canopies and sparkling wine at a location overlooking the rock at sundown. Then you have outdoor cabaret style dining with evening entertainment and a buffet dinner. We shared a table with some people from Porto Rico and chatted to them whilst tucking in to some crocodile, kangaroo, barramundi and more usual ...
... stopping off at a natural rock pool for a cold swim! That evening the two of us caught the team into Surfers Paradise for a drink. The area is a bit tacky and built up with endless skyscrapers but we managed to find a bar with nice live music and cheap ciders. The next day, having decided to extend for a day, we went to the beach literally on Brads doorstep. Here we sunbathed, body-boarded and attempted to improve our frisbee playing. When it got too hot for ...
... green bit of land which fringes the coast and is a few hundred km's wide and runs much of the east coast - essentially the most inhabitable part of the continent, before the outback begins. The family we were meeting live in a beautiful part of the state called Tamborine, in the rain forest. We went on a beautiful walk along a raised boardwalk (skywalk) through the canopy and along the (nearly dry) creek bed. Afterwards we went to the local tavern for ...