Grand Mercure Apartments Twin Waters
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... and to maintain the growing number of animals in the zoo.
In 1982, the park was renamed the Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park and
the area was doubled with the purchase of another 4 acres (1.6 ha). In
1987, the Crocodile Environmental Park ...
... on our way to Eumundi Markets. Philip joined us this time. We spent several hours walking around the market and dodging rain showers. The car park was very full and pretty wet, after some heavy showers overnight. I think Philip and Greg were pleased that the shoe lady wasn't there again today after all our purchases last Wednesday. Jo picked up a couple of things for the grandkids and we tasted some of the food on offer. Then back to the unit for a Lie in the ...
... many markets in the area. The big Eumundi Markets were on Wednesday and Saturday so we knew we would go there on our way out of town. On Sunday though, we headed down to the marina in Tewantin and enjoyed a few different stalls, before driving into Hastings Street, in the heart of Noosa. Noosa is a beautiful place and there are many suburbs - Tewantin, Sunshine Beach, Noosa Sound, Noosaville, Noosa Junction, etc. It can be quite confusing with any number of suburbs ...
... credit card!��I found it!
Day 5 (5:30pm)
Right now we are at the airport and its too late, we are crying our eyes out�� Oh no the plane's here, its time to leave and we want to stayyyyyy! Well the plane is just about to take off so I'll get back on my blog later.
Day 5 (5:51pm)
So we are already in the air and so far it's really boringggg, ugh why do planes have to be this boring!?!? I'm trying to ...
... in a car accident. We then arrived at the main entrance and made our way into the zoo where we were greeted by a statue of the Irwin's, our first stop was then the otter show at 10:30am.
We continued to pass the animal enclosures, seeing huge Aldabran tortoises, komodo dragons, American alligators, koalas (with baby), pythons, goats and pig petting zoo to the Crocoseum. We had been informed that it was Bob Irwin's 11th birthday in the zoo and we were to ...