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Travel Blogs from Noosa
in Noosa is rough, still go to the main beach as it may be super calm
with great smooth waves there! Look out for the fun signs and trivia
questions whilst driving and have an aux to aux cable or blue tooth
capability for music as the radio stations are never that great.
Recommend?Yes, we are still loving the East coast
of Australia, particularly their outdoor lifestyle with free
facilities and even free fitness classes;talk about ...
... Australia. Checked into Treasure Island - a very large hotel on the Strip, took time to make some decisions and then took our first walk along the Strip. What an interesting place! There were people everywhere carrying drinks of all sizes. Yard and half yard glasses were very popular. Watched the Volcano erupt at The Mirage hotel, had a terrific buffet dinner at Treasure Island and a quick flutter on the Pokies which saw Rick have a small ...
I woke up at least as hungover as I deserved to be and we said goodbye to our new friends. After a less than convincing start, this hostel proved to be the most fun hostel that we have stayed in. The same is probably true of the people. I didn't feel like we clicked instantly, but after 3 days on Fraser Island and a couple of big nights, I realised that we had met some really warm, witty people and ended up having a great laugh with them.
I was a little sad ...
... heard someone say "I knew I shouldn't have done that!" Trust your gut, your heart, the more we use it, the more chance we have to avoid what it's trying to save us from. I heard a travel writer say once that "People we meet create the paradise we find." Travel and experience doesn't mean much if you are not connecting and sharing with the right people, the more we meet, the more diverse, the more we can shape the world we live in. I have been affected by so many people on this trip, ...
... but on our way make a detour to Tin Can Bay for the night instead. On the way, the highway takes us right through what must be a tree farm. We have never seen so many tree's in neat and tidy rows! It looks crazy! It must be for logging.
We find a nice cheap campsite $25 for powered, which is the cheapest powered site yet. We also hire a TV cable which plugs straight into the back of our TV so we get all the channels! Awesome! Its like laying on the sofa watching TV back home ...