The Grand Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fried eggs were hard. I think I'll stick to cereal from now on. It certainly didn't fill me up. Becky had requested coffee and banana bread while I was out so I figured I'd grab myself a muffin to be going on with. When I got back she was still sound asleep and it had gone 12. I woke her up and we ate our food, drank our drinks and both had a shower. We discussed what to do next, and I think we've both decided to stay here. Although I'm concerned with how happy Becky is. Hopefully ...
... took up on here.
We had pancakes at this place called Pancake Manor and I thought it was pretty amusing because it was in some 'old' church with fancy tables and pews, which was cool. Then we all went for a walk around Brisbane and talked about the ancient architecture in the city that dated back to the late 900's. (rofl)
Anyway! We hung out until like 10pm, and now I'm sat here listening to Katamari music and Shia LaBeouf.
... t quite lifted yet, we still had a panoramic 360 deg view of the surroundings. To the north, we could see the skyscrapers of Brisbane all the way down to the mountain range that borders Queensland and New South Wales in the South. One of the mountains, shaped like a cupcake, is Mt. Lindsay which sits right at the border. To the east, we could see the skyscrapers of Surfers Paradise all the way to the lakes and mountains in the hinterland to the west. Truly beautiful! I had ...
... huge range of fish and coral, some fish that we've only been fortunate enough to see in an aquarium before. Another challenge we both was desperate to complete in Australia... The sky dive! We headed off early to Cairns International airport, where we was given a quick safety brief and met our instructors and that was it, no turning back we were in the plane. We completed a 14,000 ft dive which is the highest you can dive at before planes need to be pressurised etc. The climb up in ...
... of bread this morning. (No knead bread is so easy). Thus refreshed we moved off to Beaudesert.
Arrived at Beaudesert for our usual 11.30 appointment. Stayed the usual hour or less. We figure the less time spent there is more time spent working on Vincent. Chris, as per usual, was his usual jovial self. Greg is a happy chappy too. The Coaster is almost finished and we have to say Greg has done an amazing job. The owners of the Coaster are keen ...