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I undid the changes you made to Gold Coast because I'm uncertain that you really mean to contribute the text to us under our text license. When you contribute text to us from a website, you must first let us know about it so that we don't mistake it for a copyright violation. Second, you need to let us know that you agree to allow the text to be reused under the terms of our license -- which allow others to copy the text and modify too with some limitations. See the Wikitravel:Copyleft to make sure you really understand what happens with your text when you contribute it.
While you are welcome to add a note to Talk:Gold Coast giving credit to your website as the source material, we only allow links within the article under the terms of our external links policy. So links to hotel or pub guides, for example, are not generally included here.
So if you are okay with the terms of our license (which include no provision for crediting you within the text of the article) and are truly okay with giving us the text for us to edit with, then let me know and I will happily restore your text! Thanks -- Colin 01:01, 3 October 2006 (EDT)