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So we decided to go on a cruise to Noosa , like the river side. So we parked in the furtherest wharf from the main street of the town. Brought a ticket and boarded the Ferry for a ride. The first thing we noticed was the brown water. This is because of all the heavy rains and flooding recently. Aparentley the water is normally a beautiful blue! Which would have been awsum,but it will be another month before it returns to this state! The boat is ...
... found a park right outside the markets (no easy task)!! To erase the emotional scaring a quick coffee cured us!! Then we set upon the stalls. A lot of stalls the same as 2 years ago,but still interesting enough.we soon had some lunch, calamari for me and chicken kebabs for Annemieke! Really didn’t buy much there ,however still interesting. Well on the way there not far from base we saw a mystery ...
Part two, Don’t you just hate it when your right!! We have
been out and didn’t take our rain ponchos.Nice and dry,but still a liitle grey.
But when time to return it is TEAMING DOWN,
Like full on. Obvously we are going to get the rest of the
300ml down pour forcast!
Any how, we were looking for some cars worthy of
putting on our page,
but it seems that the locals leave their cool cars at home
,in the rain. Not ...
... for the next 10 days !! Anyone want to swap an Xr6 for a white whale??
We found our way North to a historic old pub called Ettamogah pub.It has crooked walls and is often in oz style cartoons. Really just needed a coffee, to keep awake!! Still dam hot!!Now around 30 deg!
Finally arrived at maloolabar and went straight to our hotel. Well 10.30 was to early for us to check in.
We managed to park up and ...
Today some of the group went off to do a trip, so me, Rory and another girl from our dorm went to do the coastal walk. First we went to a lookout point over the beach and then started the 5.7km walk where we stopped at different bays along the way. My favourite cove was Dolphin bay (unfortunately we didn't see any dolphins), we also went to hell’s gate, Alexdra Bay, which most awkwardly was a ...