Phoenician Resort - Broadbeach
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and hoping she wouldn't crash into me and overbalance all of us !
Somehow my knee thought I was ignoring it, because it took the time to let me know it was attached to my leg and I walked the last 2km swinging it. I have never been so happy to see a car park and I will never curse again at mobile transportation ! Ken and I both agree that we are glad we did it, but for certainty, we are not doing it again anytime soon ...
... we have done as a family all together and set the mood of the day.
The seal show was great but was eclipsed by the Dolphin show. The power of the dolphins are is amazing and hurtle out of the water and flip through the air before either splashing down or landing a perfect bubble entry. But after the shows, it was time for some fun of a more thrilling nature. Zoe and Olga split to do the ...
... walk away was a shopping mall and Woolworths (a supermarket chain) which stayed open until 10pm. We self catered but kept things simple like cooked chicken and salad and pizza for evening meals. We also had a takeaway from a Noodle Bar but it wasn't as good as previous ones in WA and Brisbane. All too soon our 4 days in Broadbeach had come to an end and after a late checkout we left the Meriton behind en route to Nerang just a mere 12.5 km away. We were going to spend 4 nights ...
The gang are all going to Wet'n'Wild today. Harold and I are begging off. His back is not up to walking around theme parks all day, and because it is all water and rides, I am not interested. We went for a drive instead. Around past Sea World, and out onto The Spit. We stopped at one of the beaches here, and went for a short walk along. It is another beautiful day, but still very humid, then for a drive along the beaches here, and once again ...
... is it Brittish? or are you swedish?"
Eye rolling...Myself: "Haha no no, I am Australian!..." and for some reason I always manage to deliver this sentence in the most bogan, full blown bloody strooth sheala aussie accent...?
Intrigued Foreigner:" Oh wow down under that soo far away.... chuck a shrimp on the barbie! wow I have never met an Australian... do you really live underground there?"
This conversation happens at least once a week and is always entertaining!