Coolum At The Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... vacated on the footpath we went outside to dine.
Although cooler here, annoyingly another blue commie was parked behind
Annemiekes shoulder, for the duration. Why he couldn’t have parked somewhere
more considerately I don’t know!! I’m sure if we had counted these pests we
would be in the hundreds right now.
Apart from that it was a great night, as a cool breeze soon
cooled us down.
... had dinner ready! A beautiful roast chicken (sitting on a beer can) with potatoes, carrots and onions! We took a seat in the lounge room for dinner, we had a few drinks and a nice quiet and relaxing night! Sophie: whilst I was trying to swat a fly I accidently smacked Daryl right in the 'privates' and although it was a little bit funny it did bring a tear to Daryl's eye and I was very sorry. Daryl: i felt sick! ...
... and got caught in a brief shower of rain when we were almost at the top and whilst the rain made the rocks slippery for the walk down it was very refreshing as it is quite a steep climb. We passed one local (or should I say he passed me) doing repeats of the climb, he was onto his 5th repeat...once was enough for me. After conquering Mt Coolum we headed to the golf club with the intention of playing 9 holes. We managed only ...
... I remembered the name natural bridge as it was an alternate route from lismore to Coolangatta...yes I was heading south back into NSW..... Lol. Luckily enough it was only about 14 km as the crow flys in the wrong direction. So turned around and enjoyed the witch backs and bends in the other direction.. Made it to the highway and thought it was safer to stick to that for a while. Big green signs reading Brisbane... That's what I wanted... Some parts of the ...
... took plenty of opportunities to get snap-happy without any feelings of guilt!The trail around the headland is beautiful but by the time we got to Alexandria Bay we were ready for another swim. We went straight in as soon as we got on the beach - it seemed the most sheltered spot, and we enjoyed a bit of body surfing in the waves. Justin had told Swen that this was a gay nudist beach but everyone had clothes on until we reached the other end of the bay! We finished the ...