Outrigger Twin Towns Resort
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
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Up bright and early to go and catch the surf this morning, and proved that you don't have to be Australian to be able to surf...the English aced it!
After waiting far to long to de-salt in a decent shower, we headed into town for fish and chips on the sea front, another hilly walk and a spot of shopping, sending out postcards on the way.
Another lovely sunrise and after a early breakfast, we headed off about 8.15 to walk to Kurrawa Surf Club just north of here for the Beach Games combined with the rugby boys. The girls sorted themselves into pairs, were given a number and went to find their team mates and wait for the games to start. Tessa and Laura ended up being the only girls in their team with 3 ...
... probably proved the difference. After a snack, we returned to the house. Sam was here, relaxing after a couple of days of busy production work. We decided to cycle down to the beach to catch the last of the sun.The beaches were 'shut' (red-flagged by lifeguards) until midday whilst storm damage was assessed and cleaned up. However, Currumbin beach was open for business when we arrived and Ben spent over an hour in the waves. Kori read her ...
... watches he was the chap who plays Nate the doctor - I kept my cool, sat reading my book and drinking my very grown up beverage. It was only the two of us in there, and the waitress was very ditsy so we exchanged confused glances. On my way out he wished me a good day, I replied with 'you too' whilst attempting to remain cool and not highlight how excited I was. I think I managed it.....
Next stop Manly Beach....
A bit of a confusion over buses, but I eventually made ...
To start the day my school group met at the front gate of currumbin wildlife sanctuary at 9:20 am everyone was exited to get the day started and go in and see all the different types of animals.
We all got marked off the role by our teachers then continued on into the sanctuary at around 9:40 we then split off into small groups to explore the park.
My group went and watched the pelicans and eels first.
Next we walked ...