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... the next few days, and not to forget some alcoholic beverages. Seeing Frankie and the girls was really nice. I hadn't seen them since easter when I went to Sydney for Franks birthday. They're all so easy going and chilled it was nice to see some familiar faces and hang out. We stayed in a sweet apartment in Surfer Paradise for the weekend, on the 21st floor with amazing views of the beach. It was perfect for what we needed, we milled around and ...
When I started my research on doing this trip, I found it hard getting information on the nuts and bolts of the set up to do it. There is plenty of blow by blow account of where they went and which "big attraction" they visited, but not what upgrades they did to their van or vehicle, or how they dealt with a house and money issues while they were away. I hope it doesn't bore you, but I decided to ...
... an overhaul.
We left then and walked up to the Q1 building which has a 360 view of the Gold Coast from the 77th floor. We headed up to the observation deck where we took in the spectacular view and had a bit of a snack. There was also a movie about how the Gold Coast came into existence as well as what it's famous for. Did you know that Billabong board shorts and the subsequent company were first created and founded in Surfers Paradise? I didn't, but I do now. ...
... daylight saving ending we didn't get on the road till after 7am (the alarm didn't go off),
Not much traffic on the 200km journey, we got ripped off at the Macadamia Castle for coffee, bought some sandwiches in Murwillumbah and arrived at the Mt Warning car park a little after 10.30am.
The car park was packed, just shows the popularity of the climb, after finding a spot it was on with the back pack and let the adventure begin.
... It was already 27c so we spent time in the sea and relaxing on the beach. We had a nice lunch in an Italian restaurant and in the afternoon the weather became overcast so we had a game of ten pin bowling (Faye won easy) and then spent time having coffee and people watching whist Chris came to terms with losing the bowling!
Late afternoon we returned to the hostel only to be told they had no power due to work being ...