Grand Mercure Apartments Twin Waters
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... that keen on pork!), whilst Wendy had a trio of Spring Rolls and Samosa’s. The chicken satay spring rolls were divine, so we had a second serve to share and then bought some frozen ones that we could cook up for ourselves later! Home via Macca’s in Maroochydore for a sundae for dessert! Finally we dropped into the Beerwah Motel to see Nikki and Ben who had come down from Toowoomba to spend tomorrow with us!
Saturday (31 ...
Pomona show grounds was our base for exploring the Sunshine Coast. A lovely little town looking up to Black Mountain, it gave us plenty of space for kids to play, kick the footy, visit the horses and scoot around with our little mate Cooper who we first met at ...
... raise our voices like everyone else to hear each
other. The result was a loud space, which was not that great. It
would have been more appropriate for a dancing bar, but not for
holding actual conversations.
We finished and went home. I had
brought a bottle of cider from Frank and Patty's that was supposedly
not that great. But, I wanted to offer it as a gift and see if that
statement was true. Oh dear, was it true. Jess had a small glass and
... landmark. A light tea of Seafood marinara and crunchy bread finished off another great day. 24/06 this morning Greg, Jo and Judith went to Eumundi Market while Philip stayed at the unit. We had a lovely couple of hours poking around the market and again some good purchases were made. Between us we bought 8 pairs of shoes, as well as some cute clothes for our grandkids. On our way back we picked up the fishing rods and tackle ...
... it was too.
Not only were the wildlife wandering and flying freely, but on every other corner there was a khaki-dressed zookeeper holding a bird, snake, koala or reptile of some sort. We couldn’t believe how many animals we had seen before we had even reached an enclosure! I think this place can only be loosely described as a zoo. Steve Irwin was so passionate about animals he created ...