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July 15th, 2010

End of Gold Coast trip:

Another visit to Rish to have their steak sandwich. This was the way they presented it to me, with the chips in front. A decent $9.90 steak sandwich, although the pricing does indicate that this isn’t the best quality you’ll find.

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Gold Coast Day Seven:

Penne Carbonara at Rish Restaurant and Bar. I’ve had better, I’ve had worse. Good serving, though.

Fun times at Timezone.

The Legendary 10oz Burger at Hard Rock Cafe. Great piece of meat. Layla playing just before we left was even better!

Our line of alcohol. Should’ve found a better way to do this. The one’s at the back look like they’re attributed to double vision!

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July 13th, 2010

Gold Coast Day Six:

Walking along the beach: Broadbeach to Surfers.

A surprisingly good crumbed hake, calamari and chips at My Olivers Kitchen. The hake tasted extremely fresh, amazing considering it looked like an enlarged fish finger.

Beer and tequila at Billy’s Beach House.

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July 12th, 2010

Gold Coast Day Five:

The tower at Dreamworld. That’s right: you climb and drop down that thing.

Ooh, look, a tiger!

Hog’s Breath burger. Yummy!

Locals Night at Sin City. Ironically, a couple of Contiki groups came through just after these photos were taken.

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July 11th, 2010

Gold Coast Day Four:

Pancakes in Paradise.

BBQ at the apartments.

Our DVD for the night.

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July 10th, 2010

Gold Coast Day Three:

A nothing special $10 meal.

One of the nicer Coffee Club coffees I’ve had in my time.

Canadian Club flowing at Surfers Paradise Beergarden.

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July 9th, 2010

Gold Coast Day Two:

The various poses of Surfers Paradise.

Chicken Burger at Billy Baxter’s. Okay without being anything special.

The sunset from the apartment.

A good ol’ round of Putt Putt.

The beautiful Changmai Thai. Light and yet containing a kick of spice. The flavours are balanced perfectly to achieve quality dishes at extremely reasonable prices.

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