As we arrived on the Gold coast, we did not head straight to the beach but dropped by Harbour Town for a short while. With a cheerful mood, everyone left the car only to find out sooner that almost all of the outlets were not opened for business. I mean, what could we expect? It was the Anzac Day! We bought nothing and eventually left for our next and final destination of the day.
Surfers Paradise, here we come!!!
Free parking on public holiday. How good is that?!
Such lovely and sunny afternoon for a beach walk.
With InGoo who just came back from surfing.
JongIn did surfing too and he seemed exhausted after that.
While waiting for the guys, I joined some random volleyball players on the beach for a couple of games. It was indeed really fun yet painful at the same time, especially my right hand. Thinking back, the last time I played volleyball was ages ago!
Gold Coast News and the crew members.
Around dinner time, we had a peek at the neighborhood restaurants and finally decided to try out this Kimchi House Korean Restaurant located somewhere hidden on the Orchid Avenue.
I ordered a seafood tofu soup for myself, but it turned out a vegetarian tofu soup that was delivered to our table T.T
Me looking stiff with my flat and oily hair.