Coco Mooloolaba Apartments
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... up the big sand blow (sand dunes). On Sunday we decided to head back to Noosa and try our luck again. We got 4 nights at a great private apartment on the hill overlooking Noosa. It even had a glimpse of the ocean and sunset from our living room and patio. For $120/night it was a steal and we enjoyed our new digs! Each morning we would walk into town and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee and breakfast. This is where I learned about ...
... a nice sea albeit with some big waves to negotiate. When we realised we were still on the beach at 4pm we decided that we would stay here after all!!
After grabbing a drink and ice cream whilst watching a 10yr old busking (he was raking it in, while the money he earned was spent buying himself and his parents (in the crowd) drinks from the coffee shop. We went back to the hostel to see if they still had room and they did. It seems ...
... We headed over to the markets early to avoid the crowds and timed our visit well with the number of visitors increasing as it came time for us to leave. We picked up some inexpensive pineapples, passionfruit, tomatoes and strawberries. Hopefully they will get us through to tomorrow when the Noosa Farmers Market is on at the local footy ground. The afternoon was spent "at leisure", as they say in the travel brochures, with a stroll to ...
... before the other bus which Harry and Charis were in fact on. We met up with them and went to the beach before coming back and making supper. We realised whilst walking round that Noosa was a wealthy place and somewhere we would all like to come with our parents!! After such a busy day we were knackered so head to bed before falling straight sleep, before having to check out early and head to Rainbow Beach in the ...
... tenfold and I couldn't steer out of the way of the dock I was fast approaching... The board smacked into the dock and I inevitably fell straight in... Drenched and scared of the bull sharks I was told were in there I got back on the board quick sharp and paddled back on my knees! Whilst we were in this town there was a Triathlon going on. A professional one nonetheless, so I went up on two occasions to watch everyone. How ...