Royal Pacific Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Bay, Rainbow Beach, Noosa and of course the spectacular Fraser Island via Rainbow Beach. So here goes, enjoy!! Our first few days in Brisbane were a much needed taste of home. Staying in a traditional Aussie Homestay we were able to cook our own food for the first time in 3 months, to say we were excited about the prospect of eating normal home cooked food and chilling on a sofa following months of noodles and rice whilst sitting on the floor was an understatement. Our first day ...
... groups that has suited particular rides / experiences. It’s worked really well. Sunday 15/6/14 Off to Wet ‘n Wild again, just our family and a cloudless day. At all the theme parks on many of the rides they have organised photos to be taken right at the critical scary point. Those photos are available for viewing (straight away) and purchase. Isabel, regularly ran from the end of the ride to the photo shop ...
... is cramping the hell out of my thumbs! Headed down to the city center in the morning to watch the Superbowl, they have a massive outdoor screen they are going to be playing it on so it should be a good day. When I get to my next hostel, hopefully they have a computer that I can add some things to these posts and start one for Melbourne.. Love you guys, and again, sorry for the lack of pictures :( I have plenty to show you when I get home though! Talk to you all soon ...
We went to dreamworld today which was only a short drive down the coast, it had a water park attached next door but we didn't really have enough time to do both. It had lots if great rides in, including a log flume and rapids. The park also had some animals in it. The main ones being some tigers ...
... of families with push chairs arrived was one of my finer plans, so I skipped queues and enjoyed having a free run of the world's largest Koala Sanctuary. I'd got a discounted ticket from my hostel including a photograph cuddling a koala, which isn't the really the most-budget conscious of trips but not visiting felt scandalous. Koalas, dingoes, Tasmanian devils, kangaroos, kookaburras, wombats and cockatoos were amongst some of the treats in store and stirred up those ...