Mantra French Quarter Resort
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... a sight to see. We continued through the lake and up the Upper Noosa River for a bit, and Alya asked if she could drive the boat for a while. She took over and did a very good job, keeping to the 6 knot speed limit along the river. We didn't want to go up through the Everglades today, we'd been there before. So Ayla got to do a U turn and head back downriver to the lake. She even navigated the channel out into the lake, and got the boat up on ...
Wir werden heute weiterreisen und verlassen darum Peter und Kay. Wir verlassen sie ungerne, denn wir haben uns sehr wohl gefühlt und wir hatten einige spannende Gespräche miteinander. Vielen Dank dass wir einige Tage bei Euch verbrachten durften.
Gleich danach treffen wir ‚alte Bekannte‘. Es sind Elli und Resi, die wir schon 3 Mal in Australien und ...
... in his life (thank you roxley for introducing him to reading!). We slept on the ground in a tent (with no zip) for our second night before departing out of the bushcamp and away from 'Mosquito City' to catch our next bus up to Hervey bay for our next adventure. Liams overall rating of Noosa is 5.5/10 even though it was nice experiencing canoeing through the everglades the bushcamp was just full of mosquitoes and there was not much to see for him. Outside of the bushcamp around the ...
... and spend the better part of an hour learning about koalas. A big highlight. We have recently been to the San Diego zoo and for good or bad it was not as up close and personal with the animals. At one point on the shuttle we were up close to a cheetah being walked, and dingos being taken for a stroll.
Center stage at the zoo is the crocaseum a not so small outdoor stadium for the animal shows. The size is shocking to me..and at the mid day show we expect it ...
... one-hour tours at 10:30am and 2:30pm and they explained the entire milking process, from the milk of the cows to the pasteurising and homogenising of the milk. The farm sits on 500 acres of land. We next drove to Montville to have a look at the town. It's a pretty, charming town with lots of alfresco dining and it draws loads of tourists visiting the region. I would love to walk around the place but due to time constraint, we could only drive ...