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... gently with one of the scariest rides of the day- the Buzzsaw (it doesn't look that scary but it was HORRIBLE) then we went for it and conquered a few other big ones: Tower of Terror (which became our fave), The Giant Drop and so on with equally 'terrifying' names.we also did the cool ones like the log flume&the rapids. The worst one by far was this sneaky kung fu panda themed one which looked pretty innocent & had lots of kids on-but ...
... the garden with Ben (Yates) and Will. After eating, we went with Rob and Jane to take Lucy for a walk down at the beach. The sand was cool between our toes and the view northwards, up the Gold Coast to Surfer's Paradise, was magical. A few surfers were riding waves over the blue waters in the twilight and Lucy was hurling herself into the shallows again and again in pursuit of sticks. It was a perfect way to end a fabulous first full day on the east ...
... to dolphins and was the best way to be the favourite. Next was lunch at Castaway bay and then Matthew and I went on the Sky Climb with harnesses on. Matthew did very well even getting the courage to play chasey with me. Liam unfortunately was a few centimetres to small to go on the climb so he and Jacqui went back to the Buccaneer boats. Matthew and I had a chance to get to the guns and ...
... good time snorkelling around the different reef's. Having just left the boat on our first outing we decided we wouldn't take the camera as it has a 60 min max use under water, typically we see a Turtle! The only ones on our boat to do so and there were around 60 people! So we followed it for quite a while, it was quite surreal. The pictures from this entry include some of a Turtle in Sea world and that one was very similar to the one we saw. While without the ...
... on round the coast through the Burleigh National Park which had some pretty cool views of Surfers Paradise in the distance! We then went for a dip in Tallebudgera Creek (or just Talle!). It got real deep real quick in the creek so I didn't go too far in as Ash had informed us that Bull Sharks like to play in the area!! I would love to see one but knowing that they are there and I can't see them just creeps me out!!
The day after we ...