Novotel Twin Waters Resort
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The resort is so beautiful like an island resort, with water all around you and palm trees and beautiful landscaped gardens, the staff are fabulous and the room is so amazing.
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Well finally booked my return flight LON to BRI via Malaysia airlines .... Let's see how that goes! Leaving Tuesday for a quick spin around the UK. 3 days London staying in Marble Arch( probs doss house by £) then s night in Hook British pub. 7 days on a barrow canal boat as deckhand with Jules. Then get my campervan and head for the hills Bedford and Ayrshire for my dad . Dad 'a coming with me !! I'll be scattering some of his ashes in his parents home ...
... quickly got changed then made our way down to the posh swimming pool on level 4. It had an awesome view of the city and the bridge so we made sure we made good use of the sauna, the pool and the jacuzzi. Back to the room and we showered and made ourselves look respectable. We had previously booked into a wood fire and open grill restaurant called 'pony' so at 7.30 we started to head in that direction. Our table wasnt quite ready when we got there so we ordered a cocktail and sat chatting. ...
... was spent playing games, eating free sausages, and meeting loads of other Canadians! Sunday morning we had breakfast, had a quick dip in the pool at the hostel and then took a bus to Brisbane. In the city of Brisbane we stayed at base, which was right down town. Luck had it, we ended up in the same room as Max and Rosie, love seeing them here and there all the way down the coast! We got dressed up, and Jill and I went for dinner with Emma and Heath, who she had ...
... there following the phone message to say it had been despatched. But at least we were going to have a working TV when we got home after 6 weeks of non-TV life. Some quick shopping at Woolies over the road, and a last "meal out" for the holiday being two noodle dishes from the new(ish) noodles place on the old main Beerwah road.
Skies darkened as we neared home and the clouds were settled over the hill tops - it was ...
... the trainers play with toys with them. Like they were big house cats. One of them didn't want to give up her toy when she was in the water. They were so beautiful. We then did get a chance to feed the elephants. They were quite quick taking the fruit and vegetables from us. Our final stop before being on our way was the Wildlife Hospital. They get an average of 50 animals coming ...