Oaks Calypso Plaza Resort
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... were ok but not as spectacular as I antis impacted. I watched for a while then exhaustion took over so made my way back to the tent and climbed into my sleeping bag. I lay listening to the music in a distance... Then next thing I know I was waking up the next morning to start all over again. Today's blog has taken me some time to type as the battery is still berry low in the iPad so there might be one tomorrow or maybe a wind up entry after the last day.... So till then ...
... March. I'd heard it was really nice so booked two nights here so I could go surfing.In the evening I had dinner with Betsie, an American girl I met on the Greyhound and had a few beers in the bar. $10 jugs, so who needs goon (a cheap concoction that looks like red wine - I've yet to try it)?
My surf was booked in for 11am so a nice easy morning. The surfing wasn't so easy though. I managed to stand up a few times and by the end was catching my own waves and not needing a push ...
... rain with us. We watch some TV and the reports from some parts off OZ is that they are having a drought, we should visit them!
When the weather improves we walk to Aldies supermarket and also stop off at the liquor store. It is 11 dollars for 6 bottles of beer (only 14 for 12 in Nz). We sit by the pool for the afternoon although after a couple of hours it is quiet cloudy. It is lovely to get into a swimming pool that is not ...
Picked up some drink for tomorrow a for some stupid reason Australia do not sell alcohol on Xmas! Met up with Arnol (a French dude in my hostel) so we could grab some food in prep for Xmas. We spent Xmas eve on the balcony looking over the sea and pool, listening to music with an Korean girl who was there for the night. We ran out of alcohol so we were doing shots of wine, a weird Xmas to say the ...
... gale force, and the ocean, as far as the eye could see, covered in white caps. This is the first morning that there are no surfers out on the water and only an odd couple of people walking on the beach. Surfers Paradise across the bay has disappeared as a sea mist coming off the ocean has cut the visibility across the bay and not one high-rise is visible. The sun is up but today, at least this morning, it is not a beach day, so we decided to relax, ...
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