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After arriving in Rainbow Beach we got to stay with some of our great Fraser Gang - Emily, Lou, Aileen, Jak and Laura and we were made up. We tucked in to the hostel offer of Spag-Bol and Beer and had hit the sack. We were huge,y disturbed by a strange boy in our dorm who had an unbelievable sinus problem which made his snoring sound like a tiger growling into surround sound. And they were plastic mattresses - WORST NIGHTS SLEEP ...
It was great seeing our son, Martyn. He flew to Brisbane and caught the train to Landsborough, where we picked him up at 7pm on Friday 15 th August. We had been bowling in the pairs games at Caloundra bowling club that day. They play 12 ends, stop for teas and a sarnie, then play a different pair on another rink for another 12 ends. Beaten by first pair, beat the second pair. Martyn stayed with us at the unit overlooking Kings Beach. We ate out at ...
... to lots of different people, everyone here is so relaxed and polite! We have been given lots of maps and places we have been told to do and visit along our travels. We watched out for turtles popping their heads out of the calmest sea water! Watched a lovely sunset, as advised by one of our camping neighbours :) Hot showers, cooked our dinner in the camp kitchen and then chilled out in the tent with a movie ...
... Townsville. The worlds capital of skin cancer, it was the first time
we had no secure parking (just a gravel patch in the side of a
mountain 10minutes walk from the hostel) and rehab centres with funny
looking people right by our hostel so we weren't too sure we'd made
the right decision. After finding some tasty cakes and coffee on the
beach front though, we settled in again and actually, the town itself
was ok and had a lovely walk along the ...
Christmas, quiet, relaxing, tastie dinner, bought my own present, gave Kerry a bonsai plant that has flowered from News Year till end of Feb.
Not much happens between Christmas and New Year, I spend my whole day running around looking after Kerry.
We have good breakfasts, fruit smoothies mid morning, lunches, more nibbles in the afternoon and nice dinners.
He is gaining his weight back and I ...