Coolum Caprice Luxury Holiday Apartments
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... to stay at a caravan park for the night. Who should be opposite us? The Hogans!!! What a coincidence. So the kids enjoyed a swim and the complimentary out door movie before the adults settled in for a CC or three. Heading to Kyogle in the morning to catch up with Mandy and ...
CALORIES CONSUMED- Definitely more than I should have. NUMBER OF 'CRIKEYS!' SEEN AND/OR HEARD- About 1 million. UNITS CONSUMED- A fair few. AMOUNT OF EXERCISE- Approx. 1 hour of paddling in circles ICECREAMS EATEN- 2 too many. I spent four days in Noosa and despite not really feeling like I wanted to do anything, I actually did quite a lot. My first day there was pretty sunny, but this was the day that I really just wanted to curl up in bed and go for a ...
We woke early and took the dogs for their morning walk around the block. After breakfast and a shower, around 10am we walked to Bunning's to collect the car and we set off for Coolum Beach as we had a meeting set up with a chap called Drue regarding a job! We drove along the Sunshine Coast Motorway (it took around 20 minutes) and we parked up along the front by the high street and Coolum Beach. We went for ...
Everything since the accident is a blur. But of course he knows he was wearing a T Shirt, shorts, knickers, a Black Kathmandu long sleeve fleece, socks and shoes.
Apparently all these things were cut off him, and not knowing your procedures, I can only presume it would have been either in the helicopter or in the ER upon arriving at the ...
... Mary Cairncross Park. This land was donated to be retained as rainforest and has the most lovely walks with amazing birds and adorable pademelons (little wallabies which live in the rainforest). We had a lovely walk with the sound of the cat bird, which incredibly sounded just like either a cat or a baby crying and if we hadn’t been told that these were what was making the noise, I would have spent my afternoon looking for abandoned children!