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Surfers Paradise Beach

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by Sewmay (subscribe)
I'm a full time College student and a part-time writer.
Published December 2nd 2019
Last weekend was filled with excitement, warmth, happiness and a lot of white sand. I went to Surfer's Paradise beach. This was my first time getting out of my comfort zone to travel and explore one of the most beautiful beaches in Queensland, which actually lived up to the namesake and is truly a paradise.

Surfer's Paradise Beach Crossing
Surfer's Paradise Beach Crossing


As soon as I got out of the G Link, I was greeted by the warm sunshine and the hustle and the bustle of the tourists walking around trying to find their relevant destinations on Google maps. I smelled the ocean, saw the fresh juices on the streets and needless to say, the town lived up to the hype. My friend and I walked our way towards the beach and I was amazed by the view because the ocean was blue and clear. I stared at it for so long that I felt like I left all my problems between the incoming tides, which graced the white sand gracefully. Then we walked around the town, did window shopping, ate some authentic Mexican food and took aesthetic photos because the whole place is visually appetising.



In the evening, I walked along the seashore and watched the sunset. I stared at it so tranquilly that the sea made me calm and gave a peace of mind. This place was indeed a paradise and I'd love to visit it again and explore more of what it has to offer.

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