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... bizarre that the buses stop so early. So instead we decided to walk up to Sea World. I've never been to Sea World and as Becky says, we've never really been interested. But then it seems strange to condemn an aquarium when we like zoos so much. Besides, as we learnt a little later, most of the animals in captivity here are there as rescue cases. The walk along Main Beach to Sea World is fairly long. And Becky gets blisters at the best of times. So obviously ...
... found a few top candidates. 42Fifteen, just a few minutes away, was actually rated the top restaurant (of all types) in Southport -- and it opened at 7am. We figured to be there shortly after opening, and on our way to Natural Bridge by 8am, and easily home before lunch.
But the Curse of the Natural Bridge was to complicate our day.
The proprietors of 42Fifteen had decided to shut down for two weeks over ...
Sea World's gates opened this morning at 10:30. I received my ticket for a General Admission pass costing $89 which allowed me to stay until closing time this afternoon. As I walked in the entrance I could see the lake in which they carried out their water activities later this afternoon.
The Polar bear exhibit was the first on my list of things to see. There I was greeted by Cuba and Koby who were two brother polar bears rescued from ...
... to watch the entire Wedding DVD together, reliving that memorable May day in Bali. So, after our last breakfast with them on 21st January, we bade a fond but sad farewell to Annette, Phil and Chris and set off on our short 80km journey back to Brisbane and to our hotel for the night near The Portside Wharf. The sadness of leaving such good kind friends was counteracted by the excitement of our South Pacific cruise which we would be embarking on next day. SEA PRINCESS, here we come!
... NSW we needed to make one quick trip back over the border to go and visit Surfers Paradise. This renowned holiday hotspot is home to a lovely beach which sadly was filled to bursting point with people and sits under the shadow of a metropolis of highrise hotels and apartments. Paradise it is not. Having been so spoilt with the most stunning clean, and empty beaches down the coast, it is beyond me why anyone would choose to come to this mad house. We spent the ...