Gold Coast Day 5: Sea world

August 28, 2013

We skipped the whole Movie World and Dreamworld theme park thing on our visit to GC. I was actually pretty much looking forward to going to Movie World even though everyone assured me that it was small and I shouldn’t expect too much – but seriously, taking pictures with Batman, Bugs Bunny, Marilyn and taking all the rides (those that don’t look too scary anyway) are tourist traditions.

Since we’ve been to the original Disneyland in Anaheim (or better known as the happiest place on earth literally) the boo and his parents decided that we should skip all the theme parks. Sea World was bought on a package deal with whale watching so we went for that instead.


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This little girl is the cutest ever. Just look at the size of her eyes!


Jason being Jason.

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On the right is Frozen Coke which cost us 5AUD. But it was very thirst-quenching and it was a very hot day.


The Spongebob parade.


The first corkscrew and 360 degree rollercoaster that Jane, Jason and I ever took in our lives, and the track had two corkscrews! Granted it was tiny and lasted only about 20 seconds but it’s a huge achievement for me since I only took the first rollercoaster in my life in Disneyland about 8 months ago.

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Mother polar bear caring for her cub in a separate enclosure.

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Sunsets in Gold Coast just seem to be much more beautiful than the ones back here in KL.


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