Royal Pacific Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and first job was to unload an 8 ton truck that had brought equipment from our Melbourne Bike Vic warehouse. Spent the morning helping with setup of the finish area, then at about 1pm headed off on a trip around the northern part of the rider route, mainly for me to check the rest area sites for gear layout and for the driver to verify that there were no new issues for riders. Continued with assisting at the finish ...
... we continue up the mountain and into the village of Tamborine Mountain. Our first stop is the Curtis Falls
bush walk that consists of a 1.5km track to the Curtis Falls and continues with a 4.2km loop walk that follows the Cedar Creek through forests of huge Strangler Fig and Eucalyptus trees. Not a koala to be seen, but we are treated to many birds including the bush turkey. We
manage to stay upright and dry crossing the ...
... everything 50s and 60s. We all admired the classic cars driving around and this weekend there will be procession of some 1300 of them down the main street. The weather was beautiful and the beach inviting and so in a flash we became temporary members of the Coolangatta Surf Club and had a great lunch in true surf club style as we looked out over the ocean. Wasn't there a movie about this place? Coolangatta Gold? Dodgy 80s flick about a triathlon, starring...... We ...
... that we're a little late in the day for jobs in Thailand. That we should have just taken the work available to us at the time. Toughed it out for five months and then looked for work elsewhere. Still, we're trying. We're sure something will come up. It was late even when we started our continued Harry Potter marathon, so by the time it was over it was gone 1 in the morning and I really wasn't up for more writing. I'll make more time for it this ...
... br> Rear motorcycle suspension has always been adjustable by hand. Before setting out on a trip you would adjust the setting depending if you rode single/two up/with luggage etc., but it was always a compromise. You don’t want the suspension to bottom out on a bad road as it could destroy the damper, so you always choose for a harder setting. With the ESA button you simple change the setting while going along changing from good to bad ...