Newport Apartments Mooloolaba
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... extremely unorganized (I also found out I need a small backpack, which I don't have) and like I'm constantly running late (which is quite an unusual feeling in this situation). Luckely I went on a extremely nice (short) free-tour, organized by my hostel where we walked to some spots with amazing views to watch the sunset and went sandboarding (which is pretty awsome), which sort of made things better. I took some rubbish that was laying around, encouraged to do so by a woman ...
Today is our travel day. We packed up this morning and said good bye to our lime green and white studio apartment. Got the car packed then skyped Tami and the boys. Lucas was home with pink eye.
On the road and once again we took the Captain Cook Highway, except this time we headed south to the Cairns airport. The highway was very scenic, mostly following the coast. We got to the airport, returned our rental car, had some lunch and wandered ...
... for TV, had several phone calls and visits but at 5 minutes to go impressed the "publish" button on the recipe book.
Lyn picked us up at two and we had a good run to airport with 3 hours to spare! We were able to spread out on plane as there was lots of spare seats. We shared 3 between us two then Fred moved and I had 3 to my own....but not a wink of sleep! Plane was small and very very bumpy most of the way...no ...
Did a canoeing tour of the Everglades (posh word for vegetated swamp) where a guy took us in his speed boat 25 km upstream to a site where we then canoed another 6km along winding shallow brown waterways through thick mangrove forest. Took it easy and messed about, jumping in and swimming, later finding out about the dangerous bull shark population that inhabits the river making it advisable not to ...
... out Indian for supper....so delicious! We then had a very early pick-up for our tour to Fraser Island the next day as the tour left from Noosa which was about a half-hour drive from Mooloolaba. Fraser Island is a sand island (which is literally as it sounds, an island made out of sand) inhabited mostly by trees and dingoes (which we sadly, did not see). We decided to do a day tour as we were slowly running out of time and definitely did not want to camp on ...