Marcoola Beach Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... last) time. It is very boring! And I kept having my bait eaten but getting no catches. It rained as well. The day was redeemed by an amazing lunch back at the house, Monopoly deal and Irish snap. Yup, I have been playing games, monopoly non the less. It was one of our friends last free day in Aus before going back to Switzerland so we had a little party.
I quit my job... In the end it wasn't for me. Realised I ...
... not much!. After some hectoring by the MC the lights went on. Whoopee. Except it was only 6pm and the sun was still up and it was just....weird! In the northern hemisphere, Christmas for millenia has been a mid-winter knees-up to lighten the gloom, even when the Christians got hold of it. Down here it's a slightly incongruous affair, hankering after a Victorian British/European tradition that seems ...
Caught the ferry, Spirit of Tasmania, from Devonport at 7.30pm on Monday 19 May and, after uneventful crossing of Bass Strait, travelled to Coleambally, NSW the next day where we spent late afternoon and evening with Terry and Sue Inglis. Terry works with Coleambally Irrigation and it was interesting to be shown some of the innovations this company has introduced to ensure timely and accurate release of water to their clients. ...
... set up on Saturday which is great news! We are really excited about the opportunity. The rest of the day was pretty quiet and we didn't get up to much before dinner. There was a bit of drama in the evening as one of the dogs (Minnie) had to get rushed off to see the emergency vet as she wasn't very well at all. Sophie headed off to the vets with Teresa. It was around midnight when they finally got back and we called it a night. ...
... to throw away someone’s belongings, and even harder to believe that they would do so without first checking the pockets. This of course leads to other assumptions, that that person did actually find the chain and has since pocketed it for him/herself. It is a very expensive piece of jewellery.
To replace it, it will cost approximately A$3000. ...