Magic Mountain Resort Gold Coast
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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and I made an agreement to go and see the sunrise at the beach!
We took a tram into the core and
wandered around Cavill and Orchid Streets looking for some clubs that
one of the hostel guys said were good. Let me now tell you about the
ridiculous double standard for genders at nightclubs in Surfers
Paradise. We wet up to the doors of Cocktails, which looked to be
playing some banging electronic, and cued for entry. They saw
Daniel's ID an ...
... a girl who played the violin pretty well while wearing a pretty skimpy outfit. Some partial nudity and some pretty risque bits which we had been warned about but a couple of the girls weren't happy with it and Mark came and picked them up when he got back from the movies. I enjoyed the pretty cool laser light shows section and it finished with a medley of one hit wonders.
After it was over, the cast came into the shop area and posed ...
... best recommendation was the Hardware society. There was a huge queue to get in but luckily Deb from our India and Nepal tour who we had arranged to meet had a table waiting for us. We had a good catchup and heard about a pretty rough going trek she completed in Nepal after we left her in Kathmandu whilst I tucked in to my baked eggs and chorizo breakfast. Deb headed off to Uni and the rest of us visited the Queen Victoria market where me and Anthony particularly liked the meat ...
... as we didn't have a map, after 7 minutes sue wanted to turn around and go back to the vehicle but I was committed and walked on . I found the cave and the 1600 years old head stencils made by the aboriginal people and feel it was well worth the trip but Oh Bugger I forgot my camera! So Sue never got to see them. Carried on up the mountains to some spectacular scenery and took loads of ...
... seen for some reason, including Judge John Deed and New Tricks. As much as we’d relished the exhilarating lifestyle of living out of a backpack for five months, there’s nothing like an evening of TV and a cup of tea. Home from home.
Monday came around and Helen dropped us off at a hotel in Surfers Paradise in the morning, where we were collected by a minibus that would takes us to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary for the day. The minibus journey ought to have ...