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... we were going away to my sisters' in Wherrol Flat for a couple of weeks. Worrying about travelling again and not losing the weight. Yes I know I lost it the first time but now no treadmill or swimming pool.
Turns out there was no reason to worry.
So I still have a tummy and I am still losing weight slowly.
Tips 1: Stomach loss
I can't get rid of it. We think that this is because this is the bit that went on ...
... for lunch, all the time whilst eating, thinking we have to walk all the way back! Foolishly, we did this in thongs – didn’t think we would be going that far….. Anyway, we think it should have done us some good and it was a beautiful day again. Mind you, Kevin thinks he is now ready for the Oxfam 100 klm Challenge!
Friday the boys had to go into work for a meeting so i went with a friend from work to the Glasshouse mountains. They are just over an hour north of Brisbane, a little inland.
After being sent the wrong way round the town twice we finally made it to the information centre to find out where the hikes were.
The mountain range is made up of eleven hills, the biggest being Mt Beerwah which can't be climbed right now as its ...
... eating. They all had something either plastered or bandaged, there would be an arm sticking out at right angles or a foot plastered up to the hip. So many fall out of trees and are hit by cars, even if the koala is dead always call the rescue centre as there could still be a live joey in the pouch that can live up to 3 days after their mother has died.
One more sleep and Marc arrives and then we are visiting another Koala Sanctuary for me to get what will become my weekly ...
... Italian called Fratellis (brothers) we had a delicious dinner and were up for a proper walk. We explored all over the National Park following a dry and dusty track over the cliff tops. The park was very beautiful with lots of tall green trees and the odd bench upon which you could sit and gaze out to sea.
The walk led down from the cliffs and meandered alongside the beach. From the ...