D'Arcy Arms Motel
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... day. We went to the beach which was gorgeous. It reminded Heather and I of what we think Miami or LA would look like. Very much oriented to the tourist and the beach lovers. We had brunch before doing some tanning and shopping. We also booked a tour for later in the evening. Around noon we headed back to the hostel to check in and put our bags into the locked room. This hostel is in dire need of updating. The locks on the lockers are mostly broken and the ...
... Goodness this is going to make it so much easier than what we had in previous vehicles.
Gas Plumbing: The gas pipes are installed for the stove and the hot water system. As per usual everything neat as a pin and beautifully installed.
Plumbing: Chris had pressure tested all the plumbing lines, letting them hold for days. He found the tiniest dribble and was able to remedy that problem.
Window: The back ordered window is now in and looking ...
... gab's noch eine kleine Pavlova, eine leckere australische Torte :-)
After Jimboomba, we drove thru the hinterland towards the Gold Coast. It was a very nice drive and from far away we already had an amazing view, when the skyscrapers appeared on the horizon. The view reminded me a bit of Manhattan. We did not expect such high buildings but suddenly ...
... past posh boats and helicopters destined to take people for trips. I wondered if they were the ones used 'in the jungle'. We sailed under a large road bridge and on to the canals where all the posh houses are.
We moored for a cup of coffee and got the fishing rods out. I had a few goes and caught a lot of sea weed. Christine was as bad and we lost one of the lures on a pontoon! We motored on to another ...
... girl (both around 25-30 I guess) who were walking around Australia, yep… and he was doing it barefoot and pulling a little trolley. They were on their way to Alice Springs and expected to get there in two months… one wanted to ask why but guessed that may not have been appropriate, but after some of the stories he’d told us of walking other countries (India, Nepal, Burma, Thailand, Laos, ...