Metzo Noosa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... it. So when I nipped in with Katherine to wash the sheets from the weekend, we picked up a fuel filter at the garage. Daniel changed it with ease, the old one was full of ****, and we all crossed our fingers as Joe started Wilson up. Hoorayyyy!! Never have we been so glad to hear that raspy sound! It was our last night at the campground and with Wilson fixed we were definitely heading off in the morning. Sean and Katherine had us over for dinner to say bye, and we thanked them ...
... I did managed to get burnt though, through the all day, waterproof factor 30 suncream! (I've now invested in some factor 50) In the evening we got some drinks from the bar next door and hung around with some girls from our hostel! We had to check out early again, and tried to spend most of the day in the shade to let my skin recover! We went to ...
... was opened the Kandanga Hotel was built and a progress association was formed. Timber was cut at the Upper Kandanga sawmill and sent to Gympie by rail, along with cream, bananas, cattle and pigs. Farming later diversified into citrus and peanuts, and a fruit growers' association was formed in 1923.
A Catholic church was opened in 1918 and a war memorial hall was built in 1924-25. The old hall was converted to a store, adding to Kandanga's butcher, ...
... up to the window where we were sat but just rested it's paws on the side of the glass. We saw the giraffes and zebras and they had camels you could go for rides on. There were these big emu looking birds but they were black and had all different colours. And then just so many different types of reptile and lizard! They put on a really good show at midday in the croc museum, they brought out loads of cool animals and things. This is the show that Steve Irwin used to ...
... I was wrong, "Melbourne" he replied.
We walked the beach and then into a gorgeous national park with no roads; just walking paths. I spent a long time watching the surfers wait for their big waves.
The Australian sun on our car made our leftover pizza taste like it had just come out of the oven. As we ate, we watched two young Australian boys heat two huge ...