Newport Apartments Mooloolaba
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up to a absolutely stunning day. Sun is shining and its expected to reach 28 degrees. Buggy went down for her sleep at 9am, Mumma did washing and layed in the sun reading her book. Lee and Sienna went for a drive to Hastings Street, it was crazy busy that early. They couldn't get a car park so they went to Gympie terrace which runs along the river. They walked along the Noosa River checking ...
... of North Stradbroke. 'Big Galah', a large catamaran overtook us to leeward about 10.00 and he to is heading to Mooloolaba, will catch up there.
Passing Point Lookout our course sees us tightening on the breeze as we shy reach in strong wind and sharp seas. A lot of white water over the length of the boat but the boat is performing well and we are quite comfortable (and dry behind the spray dodger). Keeping an eye on the gear and watching Big Galah move ...
... credit card!��I found it!
Day 5 (5:30pm)
Right now we are at the airport and its too late, we are crying our eyes out�� Oh no the plane's here, its time to leave and we want to stayyyyyy! Well the plane is just about to take off so I'll get back on my blog later.
Day 5 (5:51pm)
So we are already in the air and so far it's really boringggg, ugh why do planes have to be this boring!?!? I'm trying to ...
... We chuckle as two teenage girls emerge from one of the cars for a casual stroll through the deluge. Ah, the things kids do!
7:00. It’s dark. The rain has more or less stopped, but we still haven’t moved. We’ve mounted a couple of expeditions to the front of the line to see what’s happening. There’s floodwater over the road and the police officer in the bright yellow suit is monitoring its ...
... to live. Stunning weather and full on heat. Beaches which are so beautiful you become blase about them, and a highly protected National Park, so no threat ever of high rise ghastliness that has spoilt the Goldcoast.
The house we have stayed in has been a highlight too. It just makes everything about house-swapping so brilliant. We have had a huge 4 bedroom house with a 5 acre garden full ...