Greetings from Gold Coast

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Hola! Good day from down under! I’m still in Australia touring NSW and Queensland! I’ve been around quite a bit, going to go skydiving and visit the outback. Rural Aussie FTW!

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Anyway, I’m here with Cheesie (eating the famous Flutterby cake). It’s a renowned pastry made with cream and homemade jam. Divine.

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I’ve also had the chance to eat the Moreton Bay Bug (a kind of crayfish) here. That’s Alycia in the photo.

It’s been a great vacation so far! I’ll update again when I get back. Cheers!

Posted: 7:48 am New South Wales time (GMT/UTC +10)

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14 thoughts on “Greetings from Gold Coast

    • Unfortunately not, this was a trip to the Northern Rivers area. It’s a lot of fun though. I just went skydiving and kayaking today. :D

    • Yup, coming up soon! Just waiting for some videos. Heh. It’s not my first time doing it but there were a lot of first timers skydiving with me that day, it’s always good to see people do it and being adventurous despite being scared. :D

      Personally, I am a bit of an adrenaline junkie so it’s rather normal for me to be doing stuff like this and not feel the slightest bit of fear but on this trip, I realized that it’s the people who ARE really scared who get the most out of it. It’s their personal acheivement, and a revelation to me. I wish I was scared so I can get more out of it. :)

      Hmm…I’m planning for my next jump to be a stunt but I have to find someone willing to do it – I’ll jump out of the plane without a chute and someone jumps out after me with one, catches up and does a tandem rig in 200 km/h speeds midair before I splatter all over the drop zone. ;)

      It shall be…A LEAP OF FAITH! :D

  1. No way dude, bug is not crayfish, not even close except they come from the sea. so hgow many local shielas did you shag? that’s kinda the local culture.

    • Well, it’s technically a lobster but I’ve always called it a crayfish…most of the people I know just call it a type of crayfish but yeah, the scientific classification is a slipper lobster.

      I’m still going to call it crayfish though. ;)

      Heh! No shagging was done bro. This is a media trip courtesy of AirAsia X and Tourism New South Wales.

    • Thanks Arthur! :)

      Yup, had a lot of fun in Northern Rivers and Byron Bay and the surrounding areas. It’s quite a different experience from the usual well trodden paths of Gold Coast.

      It’s awesome! :)

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