Noosa Country House
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... by the river! Beans and Bagels was our next stop, we picked a table out on the terrace and enjoyed a coffee in the sunshine. It was nearing 2 in the afternoon when we walked back through the village and along Gibson Road, we headed for the Noosa Civic. We had a walk around before heading back to the house around 3:30pm! We timed it perfectly as out of nowhere it started to pour with rain!! The weather is unbelievable! It only lasted for ...
Driving up the Sunshine coast...in the
pouring rain...didn't dampen our mood. Quiet, clean, smooth roads
with music on and a great pub lunch (at a stop John and Liz
recommended) and we reached Noosa before we knew it...still pouring
with rain! Cyclone Ita, or thankfully, just the weakened aftermath of
it, meant the next two days here were spent in the car, in the hostel
or diving and ducking out of shops/cafes. Dolphins hostel, where Tom
has stayed ...
... On his return another bus pulled up. The bus driver let us on free of charge requesting no money. A free ride goes a long way! We felt so blessed. He took pity on the backpackers. We pulled up at the bus stop and hauled our rucksacks on to our backs. He asked where we were staying. He didn't believe us when we said we were staying at The Sheraton. Nathan's stocked up points over the years with the reward scheme for Sheraton for overnight stays ...
... king sized bed! What a fabulous evening. We were still completely full when we woke up the next day so checked out of our room, put our bags in the lobby and headed back into the city. We bought some postcards and bits and bobs and then had a coffee in Starbucks so that we could both use the wifi haha cheapskates. All that was left to do was take a stroll back over to southbank and enjoy our last day. We managed to find the place where leech and I would be going for our champagne ...
I woke up at least as hungover as I deserved to be and we said goodbye to our new friends. After a less than convincing start, this hostel proved to be the most fun hostel that we have stayed in. The same is probably true of the people. I didn't feel like we clicked instantly, but after 3 days on Fraser Island and a couple of big nights, I realised that we had met some really warm, witty people and ended up having a great laugh with them.
I was a little sad ...