Weekends with Angie & James | Part IV: Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens

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As you can no doubt tell by now, James and I have been actively pushing ourselves to go somewhere new each weekend (instead of lazing around at home and blaming our lethargy on the “hectic work week”). As an incentive to get out and about, I started this Weekends with Angie & James blog series. Our journey began with a picturesque breakfast at Elephant Rock four weekends ago, followed by a lunch date in Brisbane the weekend after and lunch along the Surfers Paradise beachfront the weekend after that. Our latest adventure features the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens, a green space I’d been longing to visit ever since I discovered its existence almost five years ago.

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After our nature-filled excursion, we had a lovely lunch at the famous Black Coffee Lyrics in Surfers Paradise, where I had the most amazing pulled pork and grated cheddar cheese burger. We’ll probably do a detailed write-up about BCL in a separate blog post in the future, so be sure to check back in a few!

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7 thoughts on “Weekends with Angie & James | Part IV: Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens

  1. Looks amazing. It’s awesome how you guys have adventures together instead of staying home in the weekends because of hectic work weeks. By doing things you don’t let work be the driver of your lives. Let work play second fiddle. To me , the world has so much to offer and we have so much more to offer to the world than what we produce at work. If we left our work, our work would go on. So there’s no need to stress about it. You only live once.

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