Aquarius Resort Alexandra Headlands
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... I found an ATM. I also got sucked into buying some scrumptious mini pancakes. They had some special name and I think the sign said they were dutch or something, but they smelled and tasted like little delicious pancakes with maple syrup. After about an hour or two of walking around getting lost in the maze of booths selling tea tree oil, tie-dye shirts skirts and scarves, hand made crafts, and local honey, I took my new hammock and met back up with Ramona.
The day started early at 5am, for the long drine to Agnes Water,to meet Aaron and Aimee. With an early departure of 5.30 am we headed north along the motorway with a 110 km/hr speed limit. We appreciated the smooth roads here,a nice change from the bumpy roads of Christchurch!! The white whale was filled with petrol ($1.45 per litre),and as we had spare time we checked out its specs from the hand book. As it’s a petrol engine model it ...
Our plan was to wake up at early and head off to Tin Can bay Via Gympie, some 2 hours away! Having woken at just before 5am,and pre packed out maps (LOL) and other essentials for the day, we flawlessly executed our plan journey arriving in Tin Can bay dolphin feeding place at 7.15. Only a few peeps there and some official guides as well. The setting is between a café and the jetty for mooring boats. Apparently they swim right on in. So 3 peeps (all female by ...
... had started raining
again,only this time not heavy.We found a well stocked shop and a ticket booth
for tours which we declined. A very intensive range of every thing ginger, from
ginger beer to ginger bubble bath!! Once we had picked our way through there we
had to go to the loo. Well there was a lot more to this place than a shop, and
They had a train going around
there gardens and factory,as well as ...
... job, and an excellent commentary as well. However after seeing like a hundred multimillion dollar homes, one felt quite poor actually. One of the more interesting stories was about Steve Irwins boat. Apparently Croc one was the b oat he was on when he got like killed by a stingray!! Apparently he purchased Croc One for $1.5 million, but had no where to park it! So he brought a $3.5 million dollar river front mansion, ...