Phoenician Resort - Broadbeach
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the nearest cinema. I guess at home we have to drive to one, but still, it seems like there isn't really so much of a central area like there is back home. We've been watching a lot of films at home recently - the weather has been a bit poor and it's cheaper than going out. I like to walk, but as I said, there's only so much to see. But today we decided to have a change of scenery and went to watch a film out at the cinema. That's right, we had a date night. Admittedly Becky was ...
... off if you panic. Naturally, Lucy feels the same way about paddle boards as she does about surf skis and won't go near them. After taking some time to check out a lorikeet nest in a hole in a tree perilously close to the ground, we headed back to the house. Having got changed, we dropped Ben Yates off at his work before going on to Robena to the cinema to use the voucher that the boys very generously got us for Christmas. The third Hunger Games film did not ...
... at the high ropes at 10am for our induction on how to use the equipment we are given, then after that was done we were free to do the courses. There are 3 different courses from easy to hard, green challenge is first, then red challenge and the **********e is the black challenge.
The first challenge (green challenge) was pretty simple, myself and 3 other friends had ...
... in 16G and Leonie in the extra quiet zone of 7C. Jean drove us the airport after we double-checked that the keyed entry to our home was working. It was very busy at Coolangatta airport. Luckily we got through security well before the rush. The International Terminal seemed to operating at full capacity. The Air Asia plane arrived late and delays at the security gate meant that we were delayed taking off. It always seems ...
... Concrete'. So off we headed to look around the interesting venue called 'Dust temple'- an interesting collaboration of old furniture and quirky art pieces in a warehouse style cafe- come- bar and gallery. With the added bonus of a hot dog, decent drinks and a gander at the skate pieces, including skateboards, photography and even a huge concrete pipe placed in the middle, all in all it was a great evening and very ...