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... lives in jeopardy! Jellyfish, sharks and snakes were to name a few and we even had to be careful of Koala’s venturing onto the road! There should be a sign for biting ants as a huge one bit me so hard it left puncture holes in my hand! Luckily we are getting used to the perils of Australia now so they don’t phase us too much...eeek!
Whilst travelling down the start ...
Blog by Emile:
Huge surf, freaky dolphins and massive jellyfish describes my time in forster, tuncurry. My first surf was the scariest but not the biggest, the water was crystal clear and the sun was shinning however there were cheeky rocks... doesnt sound scary i know but when the water is moving every rock looks like a massive shark that wants to eat you! And to make ...
... out around the tables getting bit to shred by Mosquitos and talked, played some card games called '********' which was funny! Then we all had tea which for most of us was 1 sausage and 1 burger thing! And some **** potato salad and disgusting coleslaw. Then we all started drinking the GOON! Omg, never again! The worst stuff on earth. I must've blacked out, couldn't even remember going to ...
... and we called into the Kilkavin Primary School. Then the weather closed in as we travelled through Gympie and on to Noosa. All fun stops, the lunch stop organised in the park with the fire truck and the parade through Noosa were abandoned.
Arriving in Noosa and trying to find check in was an almost impossible task - we have never encountered a town with so ...
... until 2:00 we waited around lazily. At two pm a family of 4 came over to look at the house for renting. To be honest they we're complete bogans the mum had really rotten teeth if I were her I'd be wearing a mouth guard everywhere so that no one sees my teeth! Once they finally left we went up to our new neighbour Joan's place. While, driving up the track we saw a lonely big, fat bull that had obviously got loose. We talked to Joan for a bit, ...