Grand Palais Beachside Resort
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... arms and legs going wild, giggling & screeching with delight. We think he enjoyed himself! We also took a drive to Mooloolaba headland for a yummy fish and chip lunch where the fishing boats come in, followed by a walk along the spit to get a great view back along the coast to where we were ...
... trip from Brisbane to Noosa so an easy trip to make! Then when our hostel shuttle bus picked us up from the bus station and took us to Nomads! We're staying in an 8 bed dorm room as it so much cheaper and we get to meet people along the way so it spices up the conversation between me and James, give us something to talk about! It's like being in a prison ward or what id imagine with 4 bunk beds just made out of iron bars, in a white brick room, with a small shower in a ...
... starving! After a quick shop to get supplies for the week we started to walk back to Lindfield Circuit (on the path heading into the estate we nearly got taken out by a huge falling branch which was pretty crazy, we heard a loud noise above us which was the branch breaking off and it crashed to the ground just behind us)! We took Minnie and Maisie for a walk around the block when we got back which was ...
... stop there and do some ginger beer factory and rum distillery tours.... That would leave 1356km to cover to cairns in 1.5 days .. May be I need to cancel the service again and get it done closer to Cairns.. I'll think about that one... Maybe I can get it done over the rally as I don't think I'll be wanting to go on the guided rides... I did want to try and see the barrier reef too while I'm in the area... Decisions decisions... Ahhhhh too hard... I'll think about it tomorrow.. ...
... great plan to me - evidently it was!We set off on the coastal track at Laguna Bay and passed a sign stating that a koala had been spotted by Tea Tree Bay. Well, as you can imagine my interest was immediately peaked - could this be my first opportunity to see a wild koala?! It wasn't long before we reached the bay, having so far failed to spot the elusive animal. The sea was incredibly inviting and as we were already hot and sweaty we decided to join the other clever ...