Surfers Plaza Resort
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... the next few days, and not to forget some alcoholic beverages. Seeing Frankie and the girls was really nice. I hadn't seen them since easter when I went to Sydney for Franks birthday. They're all so easy going and chilled it was nice to see some familiar faces and hang out. We stayed in a sweet apartment in Surfer Paradise for the weekend, on the 21st floor with amazing views of the beach. It was perfect for what we needed, we milled around and ...
... not make things better.
We also have the extra problem with Ramadan and there is no eating or drinking in public. We eventually found a Supermarket and bought some healthy food and made our way back to our Unit which we hadn't entered as yet.
On arrival at the hotel we received our room after an additional tax of A$60.00. Jackie - the swimming pool is closed believe it or not for maintenance. This is the third visit in recent times and I know ...
... getting her stuff together.... Not cool. We have now learned the light doesn't go on unless it is after 8AM or everyone is already up. We were not impressed, but we weren't about to say anything since this lady claimed to be an Australian Federal Police Officer. The equivalent to the FBI she said. At 5:30am Heather and I got up, had breakfast and then headed to the bus station where we caught our bus.
Surfers Paradise or Gold Coast as it is now called is a ...
... sign! For a big country everything seems to be so concentrated. At least here it is because it's such a touristy area. I expected it to be all hustle and bustle but with the summer season ended there wasn't much going on at the beach. Although it was pretty and stretched for over 40 km there wasn't much special about it, with it being so close to all of the towering buildings. I sat for an hour or so watching these people ...
What a fantastic day!
First of all I checked in for my flight tomorrow and managed to get a window seat.
Chris picked us up at 9.15 in his 'ute' with the boat on a trailer behind. They call the boat a tinny because it is made of metal. We packed various items of food and sun prevention and set off for the Gold Coast again. It took about an hour and a half to reach Surfers Paradise and we took a ...