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... it is almost impossible to get parking close to the beaches and popular river spots. The Noosa Marina area has markets on a Sunday so we stopped in to get prawns for Brad and a pineapple for me. There are cafes and restaurants and parking isn't too bad. We will be back through Noosa on our way down to catch up with William and Uli who unfortunately weren't available this time. Tomorrow we head to Seventeen Seventy for 3 ...
... chosen to eat fish the rest of my life hehe. But here it's so expensive, like REALLY EXPENSIVE, so I don't wanna waste my money at fish haha. I guess I have never eaten this much chicken ever in my life, coz here is the cheapest option chicken and minced beef. So think about how many different dishes you can do at this ingredients at a stove: Salt, peppar, pasta, rice, chicken, minced beef, tomato sauce, sour cream, veggies, eggs. Not so many, right? It sounds like a ...
Jack didn't sleep at all last night. The Dutch man opposite me kept moving and every time you move in this bed you hear it. He said he was snoring so loud and even slept talk..."What??? I don't wanna go to the market...f you!!" (Excuse the language but that is what he said!!) jack said he kept repeating it but I didn't hear a thing!! He wanted to wake me up as he was just killing himself laughing...his impression this morning ...
... strip, or the boat hire places ??
So we retraced our car trekking back to the unit, and stowed
the paddle board accordingly. All hopes of paddle boarding today, were quickly diminishing,
unlike the heat of the morning.
Soon we were in the rolla, travelling at the maximum speed
(60 km) limit.
Accordingly we arrived at our destination Noosaville
foreshore, Gympie road by the corner of Elizabeth Street.
Casually as we dared, ...
... is full of swish restaurants to dine at, however we chose to sit by Noosa River where Suresh opted for his much awaited fish and chips with calamari and apparently the freshness was well worth the wait. We have now packed our overnight bags and are ready for an exciting and scenic trip to the biggest sand island in the world tomorrow, Fraser Island.