Noosa Country House
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... back to back, it was all a little to much for me and I escaped to the spar with a glass of wine. Marvellous! On Sunday we completed the Noosa coastal walk which was defiantly the highlight of our mini break. Matts uncle lives up the coast and had told Matt about these secret rock pools about halfway along the track. The pool was amazing totally hidden from the main track with crystal clear water, coral and brightly coloured fish. After ...
... then given a brochure called '25 things you have to do in Gympie'. Went through the historic town, with old, narrow and bendy streets and did some banking transactions. In keeping with the historic theme, in Westpac, the lady employee struggled to get some customer's card out of a card reader/swallower. She was on the phone to get instructions on how to press a sequence of buttons to get it to spit out the card. But finally it was the screwdriver approach that ...
I have realised just as I have started writing this entry that this time in 3 months I will be on a plane on my way back home at the end of this adventure. I was listening to a talk from Kings Cross Church yesterday which was from the last Sunday of 2013 (I know, it's a little late!) The guy was talking about looking back on the year that has gone and thanking God for what he has done in the year gone past. He suggested writing down 20 things that you are thankful for. As I approach ...
I spoke to Andrew Morgan on the 2nd or 3rd of December after this accident happened, and I was informed that what happened is called a Sentinel Event.
It is now the 27th of January, I have had absolutely nothing from anyone at Wairau Hospital, or Nelson District Health Board.
In November you received 21 complaints, 6 were from Wairau Hospital and the average number of days ...
... not been back. A big shame as I loved it there, the view over the river was stunning and loved the people I worked with.
When theres bad news theres also good news however. Café Le Monde, on the same day, asked if I wanted more shifts, so subsequently I am now working 5 days a week from 6am until around 2pm. knackering, especially since im still in a 16 bed dorm and working at the hostel so cant get a particularly early night, but its all good. love it ...