Earls Court Motor Inn
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... pod of dolphins and surfers. The meal was huge and I couldn't eat all my bacon and I love bacon! Next to Harbourtown outlet centre to get new sunglasses for Brad to replace the ones he broke. Back for a read and a snooze for Brad. Next a 5km walk from Southport along the beach to the main beach at Surfers. The water was coolish so no swimming just a walk. Tomorrow we have brunch with my brother Rodney at his place. Thursday 3rd September An early morning storm with heavy ...
... Whilst awaiting a response
from the marina we are anchored in ‘Bum’s Bay’, which is in front of SeaWorld.
Bum’s Bay is the anchoring ground for all those sailing that do not want to
spend time in a marina. From this vantage
and within the first 15 minutes of Gold Coast time we are exposed to the
excesses the area is renowned for: a movie set and movie makers (apparently it
is the set for the Johhny Depp ...
... van and played cards.
Thursday was not a good day for David and Annette. While they were waiting behind us when we went to the dump point, their motorhome decided it was going to stop. And it did for four hours until a local mechanic was able to get it started. The fuel was not getting up to where it should be. Headed up to Longreach where David found a very obliging diesel mechanic who installed some sort of pump which ensures the ...
... agitate Lucy a bit, chasing her and throwing sticks. By the time the boys came out of the water, they were covered in what looked liked rashes. These were almost certainly from minuscule baby jellyfish, which are often found living together in great clouds. Sadly, this particular beach is where Dean was 'king hit' last year. King hitting is a bizarre problem that Australia has experienced in recent years, whereby some people punch unprepared strangers without ...
... Bundaberg is also quite a large city but we did not explore the city. I guess the main draw to this area is the turtle rookery. We set off at 10:30. Just at the outskirts of the city, we came across a macadamia plantation. Had a chance to have a close look at the tree and its fruit. Now I realise that some of the plantations we came across on the way in are the macadamia ones. 6:15pm We finally arrived at the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve at 4pm, much longer than we estimated. ...
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