River Esplanade Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... fibre paddle!!
There is a lack of police work here, as the details should have been recorded, after all it may still be handed in. But they didn’t seem bothered by our sudden loss!!
So it was back to the unit to decide what to do from here. Sum lunch was enjoyed at our strategy meeting.
“Perhaps we shouldn’t buy such an expensive one this time “was mentioned. Agreed.
As most of the surf shops we had been to only ...
... some of the parallelisms of our lives...fascinating.
We then rented another car...originally ordered a "standard" sized car, but was given a smaller car - Golf Hatchback. This is so much more comfortable to drive than the vans and station wagon we've been dealing with! However, it's still tricky driving on the left side of the road. And just to mess us up, this car has the lane signaller/flicker on the left side - just like at ...
We woke between 10 and 11am this morning, feeling very refreshed after a lovely nights sleep! After a hot shower and doing our NZ laundry we had some breakfast and relaxed for an hour out in the sunshine on the terrace, it was about half 1 when we caught a lift to Hastings St. with Teresa. Back in our shorts and tshirts we headed straight for the beach and lapped up ...
... had a ball, I was laughing so much I was crying, spinning round and round, hanging in the air. Josh lasted until the second ride until he was sick so he had time out, Zac, Josh and David couldn't get enough of the Log Ride, Em and I kept going on the big swing whilst Toby loved the Dodgem Cars (as a passenger). The crowds weren't to bad so you could get on the rides straight away, so the kids would get off the ride and go on it again, ...
... one there who had a fractured femur and had had surgery and you could see his long scar. Some had IVs and I saw the animal nurse give medications. She also was feeding a baby koala which was literally the size of mz thumb! They also had incubators too...and vidoes about the animals they had saved and rehabilitated. Loved it!
The next morning we got up at a bright and early 3am (actually not so bright lol) to fly out of Brisbane to the Whitsundays.