Blue Waters Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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5am Didn't get much rest again last night. Went to bed around 10.30 but only slept about 12.30 and was up by 2.45am. This has got to be the earliest tour I've ever taken. We've been told that conditions to launch the hot air balloon is most ideal during dawn when the air above the ground is still cool. Once it heats up, there is more turbulence in the air causing instability. The pick-up was at 3.15am. Despite being in the city, the night sky still appears dark, not like in ...
... one Main Street (I think), but it was filled with people, mainly young adults. I guess being a Saturday, many Aussies were coming here to chill out on the beach. There is a long coast line here and we can see a number of people surfing. The food at the restaurants and cafes are rather expensive and we ended up packing sandwiches from Subway and eating as we made our way back to the car. Would have been nice to explore the town a little but the ...
... out of the camera case …O-M-G !! The bloody camera case - around the other side of the car – where the bloody hell was he when he “locked” the car with the remote ?? He would have had to walk past the open boot … yes … walked past it.
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The Standing Stones
Lots of tall granite stones standing up and around in a circle … no explanation anywhere ...
... is used and plated under the flooring.
Today we also discussed a few of the finer details. It is one thing to draw up a plan, sometimes though seeing the placement of an item can change your mind. Chris is a great listener and we talk through any perceived adjustments. Today we discussed:
Webasto. We envisaged the Webasto unit would fit under the fridge in a position closest to the bed. Chris envisaged it under ...
... and conveniently passed a supermarket were we stopped to pick up a few lunch items.
We carried on and soon began to climb up steep and winding roads into the mountains. We arrived at our first port of call in what is referred to as the 'scenic rim', which was a small town called Tamborine. The scenic rim is a semi-circle chain of mountains that wrap around the valleys between Brisbane and Tamborine Mountain and is home to world heritage-listed rainforest and ...