Newport Apartments Mooloolaba
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... and had never had a complaint and would I mind having another small taste (for free) and providing my expert wine drinking feedback. I told him I was willing to have a "large" taste in the interests of research. I also apologised for my bad choice of words about the wine and explained that it was more about my personal taste rather than the quality of the wine. (I was scared he might spit on my Singapore noodle with prawn. Also, the hotter I am, the less words I use as everything ...
We set off towards Noosa with no real idea of where to go as we were now slap bang in the middle of the holiday weekend and no-where online had any vacancy at all. Our first stop was Mooloolaba a small-ish town on the Sunshine Coast. As we drove in we passed several motels and hotels all with ‘No Vacancy’ signs up. We parked up at a food court to get some (you guessed it) food and as we were walking around ...
... looked empty! We then headed to Roo Heaven and this it was. For $2 you could buy a bag of food and walk through an enclosure feeding the kangaroos as you go. This was amazing for me as up to this point I was yet to see a kangaroo close up on this trip in Australia. They were so friendly and soft which was something I hadn't expected. They were also more than happy ...
Lisa and Megan enjoyed a morning wandering around Eumundi Markets. Stalls after stalls, aisles after aisles of lovely handcrafts and artworks. Very crowded though! Eumundi itself is an historic township, a very quaint little place. The afternoon was spent in Mooloolaba at Sealife Underwater World. A great place with lots of interactive displays including being able to hold and touch a sea star and blue starfish. We saw jellyfish, a huge variety of fish, turtles, frogs, ...
... s a big focus on him and his charitable work, it was nice to read about. They always mentioned his conservation work and how much he did for the conservation of wildlife and things too which was nice to learn. The whole zoo seemed to be themed around him and his family with photos and T-shirts and souvenir pieces. Then there were massive displays with his work on. There was even a bindi land, this was an enclosure for ponies after his daughter called bindi! I'm sure ...