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... and free ice creams, we were in heaven! It was short lived however as we realised there was something wrong with our car Wilson. We'd had a few spluttering coming up the road, he'd died whilst sat idling at some lights, but now poor Wilson wouldn't start at all! Oh dear.... But if we had to break down, we were in the right place to do it! Daniel, the campgrounds part time employee, was a bit of a whizz with cars, he agreed that maybe it was the fuel filter and offered to help ...
Noosa is very quiet, we asked at the tour office what to do, she told us there was nothing. She then proceeded to tell us her life story, the only reason she was in Noosa was because her boyfriend moved there, we were in there for nearly an hour! The next day we went to the beach, it was hot enough to go in the sea, I saw some quite big fishes ...
... 62Km’s not sure if I’m up to such long drives but someone’s got to do it I suppose!! Hey isin’t that the name of the motorhome??? Sure is.
Well as I said this place Kandangar is special so some more boring history (come on guys it’s not that bad!)
Kandanga, a rural town in the Mary Valley, is 20 km south of Gympie. It is thought that the name was derived from an Aboriginal expression describing a bend in a creek ...
... are really beautiful here, although the main beach can get a little bit crowded.The birds here are amazing! The noise they make is incredible! I love watching all the different birds, the laughing Kookaburras and the rainbow Lorikeets are my favourite. I really liked Noosa and could have quite easily stayed. But we were also eager to move on and continue our ...
Our TomTom guided us north to Noosa. Noosa is another beach side town of about 50,000 trendy sun-drenched souls. On a main street a friendly Asian fellow asked us for directions and we happily gave him incorrect ones (as we discovered later). We met him again and he offered us his tourist map which he no longer needed. I asked him where he was from expecting some city ...