Surfers Plaza Resort
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... and Kyle and I played with him. We played Call of Duty. We went to Sleeman BMX track to have a look, we got to go in cause there were guys doing training, we saw world number 1 in my age, they were doing final training for the worlds in Rotterdam, Netherlands. We raced at Nerang, I raced kids that all had World or Australia plates.
We went to one of the Olympic BMX tracks called Sleeman. We also went to Nerang BMX track and raced, we had to borrow bikes and ...
... the grassed foreshore pick nicking and playing. I got back to my cabin in time to catch the dawn service and ANZAC celebrations in Canberra on TV. Have spent most of the rest of the day relaxing in front of telli watching the many celebrations across the world.. Canberra, Gallipoli, and Villers-Bretoneux. I felt a little guilty at sitting around, but the bike service booking on Monday has made it necessary for me to stay pretty stagnant. I looked at the map and I still ...
... them. The evening was spent having something a bit different for dinner. Having spotted a small Korean restaurant on our walk we decided to head back and see what it was like, the smell immediately made the decision that we were eating here. The food lived up to the smell.... It was amazing! We went for the Korean BBQ which consisted of beef wagu, kangaroo, pork and chicken with selected sides. The waitress cooked the meat on ...
Beep beep. Beep beep. Beep beep. I had only been asleep for 3 hours when my phone started punching my brain into the land of the living. Thankfully Jungle Juice was more of a miracle than we originally thought as I woke up hangover free. Despite this revelation I can't say I was feeling great because I was still severely lacking on sleep. We got all our stuff together quietly trying not to wake up our room mates (which we ...
... changed our clothes into something a little dressy since we were going to The Grand Hotel to partake in the festivities of The Cup and we walked to the hotel which was about a kilometer away. The bar was packed with women in bird feather hats and high heels and men of all classes who had left their jobs for the day to watch and place bets on the biggest horse race of the country. Mom and I, being total horse race novices, were guided by a mate who showed us how to fill out ...