Coolum Seaside Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a tranquility here that I haven't felt in a long time. On the way to Noosa, we stopped off for pizza and then Tracey and Tom dropped us off at the Sheraton so that we can crash here and get ready for an early morning pickup for a trip out to Fraser Island. It's been a great first day here but we are both pooped...trying to adjust to the time change. Until we meet again! ...
... from Gympie Muster times, Derek, who is the bar manager there. He didn't tell us how hilly it was - David soon changed his mind about walking and decided to share a cart with me. We played in their competition and the scores were too embarrassing to talk about! We did play with two nice young lads though - one who is playing in the Amateur Championships at Sanctuary Cove - will keep a lookout for the name David Fahey in future tours. I nearly forgot ...
... playing with these children. I'm still trying to get my head around all the children's names, and who belongs to whom and who is married to whom. I think Chris is going to test us before we leave!!! A popular choice of Pizza for tea solved that problem, then the fishers called to say they had caught some huge fish, so we just had to pop around to have a look, and of course, take a photo. Very impressive! We have even been offered ...
... slimmer but wants to be a fitness freak, so off the 3 of us go to climb Mount Coolum, which is the second largest Monolith after Uluru. Easy 2 hour return. As people jog and stroll past we clamber to the top, red faced and very proud we didn’t die.
From the peak we look down over the whole of the sunshine coast, which includes Clive Palmers golf course and hotel resort. Yes you can see the Dinosaurs. No guests or golfers, just a massive ego ...
... still remember. It turns out Wombats are one of my favourite Australian animals - they're like small cuddle terry bears - ok so I understand they do not act like that but once you've seen one walking on a harness round the zoo you will understand. We fed the kangaroos, and watched the Tasmanian devil run around like a maniac. Some of the guys we met up north mentioned that we should make sure we see the bird show. ...