Mt. Coolum Retreat 'A Bed & Breakfast'
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... br> they 'don't allow two dogs'...oops. I drove around for a while and found a spot
on top of a hill with toilet facilities and a spectacular view and that's where
we camped for the night.
As you will see from the photos, the sunrise was also
spectacular, but unfortunately the sun is hiding shyly behind the clouds making
it dull and grey, but not ...
... and I’m so sad to go. But it is time and we have all departed our separate ways and more adventure waits. Another bonus was we got to see a Koala! I have had a personal goal to see a Koala and a Kangaroo in the wild. One down! We just saw it while we were waiting for Lisa’s buss so it was a great end to the Noosa leg of the trip.
Looking forward to what adventure awaits next! I’m sad to leave but it is nice to be on the road again too. ...
... remembering she is wild) by the mass of people and the human interaction during what would for us be such a stressful time.
As she was busy laying her eggs the researchers were busy measuring her shell (94cm long), scanning and tagging her (being that this was her first visit - a first time mum). The ranger even took a few eggs as she laid them and gave us the opportunity to feel them. Once she had finished laying her 127 eggs we were able to move ...
... he slithered back in to the tool room with his head hung in shame and wasn’t seen for a few hours until he re-emerged on the roof of the packing shed and normal service was resumed.
So as we wave an elated goodbye to the strawberries, we too say goodbye to Cyril and Cyrilina who look as though they will be living happily ever after, afterall. Our next stop then, is Glastonbury, if its anything like the Glastonbury many of us know, it really will be a good ...
... above sea level!) with this kit spotting whales from the shore. I had interviews to be part of the small boat crew to go out regularly on the boats rather than just once, but in the end it was pulled out of a hat with the names of the best candidates in it and I wasn’t one of those who won. The following night I had an interview to be part of the Source Vessel observer crew, who observe whales close to the boat that sets off the air ...