Oaks Calypso Plaza Resort
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... some delicious fresh fruit for afters.When the meeting resumed I walked down to the park next to the river to a War Memorial. There is an interesting statue group of young children standing around the flagpole. Behind that is a curved wall and a bank of plaques behind that. All done very well and fairly recently. I then walked along the riverfront but the wind had not abated so I went back to the hotel. On the way back there is a larger than ...
... nice to catch up with Luke, now with me being in the position he was in when he was travelling last summer. We were both pretty hungover though, so decided on heading our ways now and reconvening tomorrow. 25th December Luke picked me up from Komune and we went down to Tallebudgera creek. We spent a few hours swimming and 'sunbaking' until his friend text to say to go to his house as he's just got ducklings. I tried to convince Luke that it was deffo a typo and he ...
... it as like a pudding that somebody has added a hefty dose of garlic to. Korina, Sam and Will all gave it a go and were all disgusted by the flavour, with the two boys both heaving. Lucy seemed to like the flavour. Ben did his best to finish off the pack but even his constitution didn’t hold up well enough. Poor Will was given the task of taking the last of the stuff, in its packaging, to the outdoor bin. Ben is pleased that ...
... tram was long, clean, & accessible, but not cheap. hehe. surfer paradise was like santa monica shops to me. near the beach, there was a tall buolding, called 'soul.' it's a high-end condo. after taking lunch, tessa, a landscape architect, was interested to see Robina, a town & it has a mall which closed @ 5.30 pm during tue. it was a big mall. they've target, woolsworth, coles, kmart, etc. after ...
Today we travelled to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary as part of our travel module at my school. This trip gave incredible incite on how tourism works on the Gold Coast and also how advertising can boost the awareness of different attractions around the world. We started the day with a quick roll call before heading to our presentation on how the park runs and ...