Culgoa Point Beach Resort
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Today is my birthday yay!!!!!!! We went to Australia zoo we saw lizards, crocodiles, turtles, wombats, dingos, snakes, and many more. My favourite animals were the giant tortoises. I even have a picture of us sitting on a replica tortoise. A highlight was the croc show but it wasn't just crocodiles. There were blue and gold macaws and heaps of other birds that flew right over our heads. There was a croc handler ...
... gone from shopping in cheap Indonesian markets to the expensive high end boutiques. Although it is very hot here, there is a constant lovely breeze, making it pleasant to be outdoors at any time of the day.
Having arrived from a night flight, we were quite tired so explored the area a little and then hunted down the nearest supermarket. As ...
... with her to the Gold Coast. He has sobered up when he checked in so booked a flight back for the next day hahaha legend! Tonight is round 2 of State of Origins, a rugby league game between New South Wales and Queensland. I support NSW because of Byron, they hadn't won since 2005 and it's in every year so it went off when they won this ...
... for a walk. We had brunch on the way back, I had pancakes and ice cream :D. We made it back to the hostel in time to get our bags from storage, quickly check the internet and then catch the bus to Noosa.
It was about a two hour run but it took three since we had to stop for a meal break along the way. I got to have a bit of a nap which meant I was feeling better when we arrived at Noosa Junction. We were picked up by a Scotsman who ...
I have realised just as I have started writing this entry that this time in 3 months I will be on a plane on my way back home at the end of this adventure. I was listening to a talk from Kings Cross Church yesterday which was from the last Sunday of 2013 (I know, it's a little late!) The guy was talking about looking back on the year that has gone and thanking God for what he has done in the year gone past. He suggested writing down 20 things that you are thankful for. As I approach ...