Noosa Country House
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... 8217;t matter...it could still kill us! Like all snakes though, it was more scared of us then we were of it (in fact, neither of us
really mind snakes) so off it slithered into the grass leaving us thrilled at our first snake sighting!
We had a brilliant evening with Frannie and Ken, chatting about anything and everything over a delicious meal and a few beers. ...
... negotiating 6 roundabouts. We noticed that the court house is built right next door, how convenient.
A tall man in a blue shirt was behind the counter, and queried if it was lost last week, as another one had been reported as lost then.
"No, we lost it on Saturday" I said.
“Nothing like that has been handed in” the blue man said. “ why don’t you try the Tewantin Police Station? Although it’s likely to be unmanned because ...
Flashpackers was our new hostel, affordable luxury apparently. It was the only available hostel, but it was really nice with wifi, computers and breakfast all included. We had heard bad things about the cheaper hostels so went with our gut feeling and spent the extra pennies. We watched a film that evening to relax after a long travel and we were all mostly tucked up in bed early. With the weather looking ominous the next day we were glad to have hired bikes ...
... when it got busy, I had a fun day, it was nice to do something different. When we were all back at the cafe we prepared fresh sandwiches for the show and made sure other things were ready, we packed up the car and headed for the house! Drue and Chris treated us to a pizza takeaway which was awesome (thanks guys!!) and we kicked back and relaxed for the remainder of the evening. We watched the film 'Bad Neighbours' before calling it a night around 10pm! ...
... to gobble down how slices of bread. Back on the tour boat floated back down stream to meet up with the other group who were now on canoes. Arrived at the original island, walked around Fig Tree point, a walkway through the eucalyptus forest. Huge Mosquitos returned with vengeance. All covered in bites we got back on the boat and returned to Noosa Heads. Strolled along Noosa beach, waatched the sunset by the mouth of the river. Walked ...