International Beach Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... that will be sold before the draw takes place. We took a quick walk down to the beach and Ben couldn't resist going in. His moving portrayal of a whale getting beached will always be remembered by the people of Australia. Perhaps, if he had continued for a while, a group of passers by would have formed an audience, transfixed by his Academy Award-worthy performance. However, as things stood he saw two jellyfish in the water and got out swiftly. This afternoon, Kori went with Rob, ...
... a heavy drought of board short, longhaired, hey mate!, surfboard carrying people, whatsoever. That mighty 200-400mm lens was really looking forward to some action on the surf, dudes! Having a blast in the water ourselves, we took an instant liking to the sky-high waves by either attempting to swim all the way to the top or dive underneath them before the next one would crush us to pieces :) Good times! Until however the sunny Gold Coast found itself ...
... we were hungry and should get some food. After lunch it was time for me to leave, collect my bags and catch my 17 hour bus to Sydney. The others were flying and not leaving until later. I said my goodbyes and headed to the bus station. The journey wasnt as bad as i'd anticipated and I manged to sleep for a great deal of it. Luckily no one sat next to me so I had two seats to make myself comfy on and before I knew it it was the next day and I was in ...
... a local farmer who owned most of Currumbin
hill, feeding lorikeets in his back yard. Second activity we did was
getting lost, but eventually we found the place we wanted. We saw Kangaroos,
dingos, Tasmanian devils and Koalas. There were many animals that you could
see, multiple shows to watch and plenty to do.
Another thing to do if you’re more adventures, the high
ropes course, a series of ropes, obstacles and flying foxes ...
... going to see glow worms!! Yep, we are just that cool. Surfers is a huge party town, they hold club crawls, and we were asked about ten times what were doing that night. Instead of partying it up we were going for the educational Glow Worm Tour. We were picked up at the Grand Chancellor Hotel for our dinner. We went to the Ashmore seafood and steakhouse for dinner as part of our tour. We had a table for two all to ourselves since the rest of the group was all ...