Metzo Noosa Resort
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We arrived in the city of Brisbane from Surfers Paradise in the afternoon and, instead of exploring around the city, we decided to relax for a few hours in our hostel's hot tub and swimming pool. After an amazing chilli con carne that we all cooked together we decided we'd have a fairly quiet night. A quiet night that involved three jugs of beer, a few cocktails and eight litres of goon between us. The boxes of goon are getting even cheaper as well and we can now ...
... haha and well yes it is but imagine how you would be starving after other good after eating that for a couple of months - and then you know my feeling ;) 8. Planning. You need to book everything in advance. Something that I really hate to do, I just CAN'T! And it's boring to plan your life, it's stressful, but well yeah otherwise you gonna be homeless as we almost became at my birthday in Sydney. (9. Cheese slicer. It only took us one month to find a store who sell ...
... wish I heard it!!!
We got up at 7am and went to the beach for the day as the weather was lovely and the sea was so warm. Big waves again but gentle so was nice to jump over them and no sea lice yay!!
Rainbow beach gets it name after the sand formation in the cliffs making it appear to have all different colours like a rainbow was beautiful. I'm glad we stayed the extra night as rainbow beach is ...
... asking store keepers if
they had a paddle handed in for a sup. Predictably the answer was no.
So we asked at the boat hire places, on their floating jetty’s
where they awaited unsuspecting tourists. Nah mate. Nothing like that
here.Suspiciously one vendor was busy shuffling a towel around In the back of
his trailer, I heard you asking the other guys he said, no luck here. Was he
hiding an expensive carbon fibre paddle under the towel? ...
... akin to a tsunami that swamped Wendy as we battled through the breaking waves. There was evidence that the ocean is slowly carving a passage through the dunes to the north of the current entrance. It may take a few more years but it will be interesting to see what happens when it breaks through. The current channel could silt up if left unchecked. The kayak has been hosed down - with the seats, life jackets and paddles packed away. A few things have gone back in the ...