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Leaving Tweed Heads on a bright morning, I dared to drive in shorts - we must be getting warmer! Through the busy towns of Tweed Heads and 'Coolangatta', we rejoined the 'Pacific Hwy 1' and continued north. As we passed through Coolangatta we crossed the state line from New South Wales and into Queensland.
"I've been everywhere man".
... me wonderful memories to take home but without work, the cost of Australian living is brutal and it is impossible to enjoy yourself when always worried. Watching the hard-earned money slowly drip away, I also worry that for you, the reader, I must seem ungrateful. We've embarked on a trip and many people have told us how jealous they are, and we've laughed and we've bragged and then we've arrived and said 'well, it's not what we thought it would be'. I guess that ...
... on our mini-wheel!), but as we rounded the curve, we saw a single car smashed (pretty heavily) into the guard rail, blocking a full lane -- no more than 500 yards from where we had our flat.
We decided we were lucky ..
We got back in plenty of time for showers (it can get pretty hot and sticky in the treetops!), and a drink before we "uber-ed" for a car to take us to dinner -- the Four Winds revolving ...
... to a scooby doo spooky ride thanks to caleb we had to I freaked out !!!! I think I might have nightmares about that stuff like witches, axes, monsters , and things like that. We also went swimming in all the pools and the spa!!! I have added some photos. Oh!! I forgot, while we where in movie world we had ice cream and sorbet. So Check In tomorrow ...
... to break the school work up.
School work consumes a lot of our time so we must give it a mention. Sarah is powering through her work and managing to get it all done well and in time. Maddison is plodding along getting her work done well and now and again needs a little encouragement to get her through those times where there are “better things to do”.
Another highlight of our time here was the Webster family from Busselton arriving. This ...