Beachcomber Resort Surfers Paradise
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So I was going through a depression part of my life before my birthday so I said, I will go for a trip to the Sunshine Coast in which I did it was great awesome a few days out of Sydney and away from melbourne cleared my head! I had the time of my life the beach the clubs the fun part was having to meet new awesome people from all over this beautiful world!!
... nice centre but its very much catered to backpackers who are wanting to drink, party, club and shop and with Australia being soooo expensive that its not on the cards for us until we get to South East Asia where you don't mind buying beers because your not going to spend £10-15 a round between the two of us!!!
On our last day in Surfers we went back to Leon's works, in the private apartment blocks, there are two blocks both 30 stories high, after sunbathing ...
... times and all the other good rides. We left the park at 4pm and went back to the apartment. We got changed and showered before going into the town for dinner. We went to the Hard Rock Cafe which we had been looking forward to all week. We shared potato skins to start and then each had a BBQ burger for our main, yummy. We did get a frozen yoghurt on the way back but it was too much, we were stuffed. We lounged in our apartment for our last night and packed ready for our flight to Canberra ...
... at really s-l-o-w-l-y.
For our stay in Noosa we'd booked into some really cheap accommodation but we didn't understand if it was camping or... we weren't sure what it was. This seems to be a recurring theme we book something because its cheap and then find what it is later.. so it wasn't camping but it was strange. The bloke picked us up, introduced himself and the proceeded to talk AT the mini bus for the rest of the journey it sounded like (shockingly) ...
... a few problems with his rod.........so it ended up in two pieces! Thursday 8th November we started our long journey through outback Queensland heading toward Northern territory, staying in a rest area over night. Along the way we saw wild wallabies, red kangaroos, emus, other large birds, a lizard and lots of rusty old cars. This drive was very boring and soon there wasn't much to see apart from termite mounds and dry grass, we made it to the border just before midday friday 9th ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
It's cheap great and affordable, stayed for one night
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