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Tallebudgera Creek - Day 8

Day 99 - Sunday 18 August 2013

Another beautiful day in paradise - 14 to 25 degrees and mainly sunny.

After a slow start to the day with the weekend newspapers we walked around the caravan park to check on another Trailblazer 5th wheeler. They are the same size as us but do not have any slide-outs, but we were very interested in their annex. They have a Fiamma Annex attached to their Fiamma awning. We stopped for a chat and compared notes - The annex is specially designed for the awning and slides into the tracks and all the panels zip together. We are quite interested in the annex as we have been thinking about getting one for those times when we stay for a week or more in one spot.

Fiamma Annex attached to a Fiamma Awning on a Trailblazer 5th wheeler

Fiamma Annex attached to a Fiamma Awning on a Trailblazer 5th wheeler

After our chat we walked out to the end of the rock wall at Tallebudgera Creek. Being a sunny Sunday there were dozens of families with young children enjoying the sheltered swimming spots.

Di at the mouth of Tallebudgera Creek - Surfers Paradise in the distance

Di at the mouth of Tallebudgera Creek - Surfers Paradise in the distance

Looking back up Tallebudgera Creek

Looking back up Tallebudgera Creek

Paddlers in the mouth of Tallebudgera Creek

Paddlers in the mouth of Tallebudgera Creek

Later in the afternoon we drove along to Coolangatta for a walk about on the Esplanade and an ice-cream. On the way we drove up Kirra Hill to the Whale Lookout for a few photos - no whales today

Kirra Hill Iron Eagle sculpture

Kirra Hill Iron Eagle sculpture

Kirra Beach

Kirra Beach

Di at the Kirra Hill Lookout

Di at the Kirra Hill Lookout

Coolangatta Beach

Coolangatta Beach

View from Kirra Hill Lookout - no whales today

View from Kirra Hill Lookout - no whales today

Another shot of the Iron Eagle

Another shot of the Iron Eagle

Posted by TwoAces 01:04

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