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... in my humble opinion. Which is exactly why, in the entire fortnight I was in Queensland, nothing was more enjoyable than going for a moonlit run on the gorgeous, Gold coast beach.
After a looong day, and a quick, microwave dinner, I was down to my shorts and shirt every night - shoes left by the curb - as I made my way down the sloping road to the beach a short, two minute walk from my hotel. Every night was a perfect ...
... getting wet - what a princess haha!!
We are now currently waiting for the greyhound to take us from Surfers Paradise to Brisbane!! Brisbane is our last city in auz but very excited to explore all the same especially because it's home to the famous Australian Steve Irwin zoo!!!
Think I may sleep on the coach as its a 2 hour trip!!
Bye bye surfers paradise thank you for being paradise for 2 days ...
... I arrived it was beautifully sunny and hot, so I checked in and headed straight to the beach. The hostel is only one block away from the beach so I decided to check it out first before lugging all my stuff down there. It was surprisingly quiet... But then the goldcoast stretches for miles in both directions so I suppose there is no need for it to be busy. Since it was so warm, I decided to get some water ...
... most beaches in this area, the sand was very sparsely populated. Apparently, a recent scam that the authorities have been trying to stamp out is the practice of taking bus loads of foreign tourists to a public beach that just happens to be deserted and charging them for the use of 'their own private beach'! There were plenty of people in the water in the life guarded portion of the water, undeterred by a sign ...
... lots of drinks, lots of dancing and giggles….as the night proceeded we said goodbye to the guys and headed to another venue to dance the night away. Had a cracking night. Passed out on the lads sofas – free nights accommodation is never going to be turned down.
First things first the following morning, a beautiful full English breakfast to sort us out, then it was goodbyes to Steph who I would next be seeing in the UK and back home to chill ...