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... my parents “to aid the pain of losing so much
money.” Oh, thanks! I tried calling around, but no one was home.
We organized and recycled until 12.00,
when he offered to take me out to morning tea or lunch. I still am
confused by his accent. It seemed so utterly proper and British, but
he was born and raised in Queensland. Mystery... So, we took off in
his grey Lexus and went to the Kenmore Shopping Centre, where three
people recognized him ...
... One of my favorite stops was The Queensland Museum, now let me say, I'm not really a museum kind of girl normally, but I had heard it was free and figured why not have a looksie. I only really went on the main floor but there was an amazing exhibit on The Great Barrier Reef, native sharks and insects, various types of fish, aboriginal information etc and I was totally loving it. It was fun to visit the Great Barrier Reef exhibit having just been there, I read up ...
... up at the bar so it turned out quite busy. There were a few weirdos but we met a South American guy who we called Pedro, who was a mean dancer. We ended up staying up with the guys in our room drinking goon. Nearly had a bit of a run in with some French idiots pretending to do room inspections.
The next day we explored Noosa and did some food shopping. We went down to Sunshine beach, which was ...
... it is almost impossible to get parking close to the beaches and popular river spots. The Noosa Marina area has markets on a Sunday so we stopped in to get prawns for Brad and a pineapple for me. There are cafes and restaurants and parking isn't too bad. We will be back through Noosa on our way down to catch up with William and Uli who unfortunately weren't available this time. Tomorrow we head to Seventeen Seventy for 3 ...
... home. Currently we’re in Honolulu waiting at the gate for our connection to Seattle. By 9:50 tonight we should be back at Sea-Tac. I think its about a five hour flight, but because of the time difference it looks like eight.
When we get home and have had a day or so to rest up I’ll do my last post and finish the blog for this trip.