Travel Blogs from Burleigh Heads
... and then the amazing jetskis.
We went to Shark Bay and touched the starfish, sea cucumbers and stingrays.
A vist to Dinosaur Island was followed by rides on the Flume, us three girls together, and the boys in the other "log". Travelled sedately along ...
... He loves it and devours it.
Noah and I love our dinner, but it is hotter than the sun. The flavour is amazing though and my sinuses have never been so clear.
Woody goes to bed. I sort out a shopping list for the week and we try and work on the website but we are feeling a little confused / overwhelmed.
And that is it for today. A lovely, lovely day but a less productive evening than I had hoped for. Blah.
Good night. ...
... values’ but beyond that is a grey area.
After this school tour we have a lot to think about. So we go for a cake and coffee. It is a glorious and gorgeous day so we go and sit by the water. We try and pretend we do not have a million things to do, and we are successful for a while. But then Noah has lots to do so we head home and wish we were still at the water with caffeine and sugar.
Noah works and I sort things ...
... he has espresso in his veins. He is refusing to sleep. We read a stack of books and he eats some lunch but despite how tired he looks, sleep does not look promising.
We then tidy up the house and sort through Wood’s toys. He is helpful, but he still really needs a sleep. But it just does not happen. After a whingy couple of hours, Woody relaxes and we have a nice evening. Woody ate his dinner, had a nice bath, a play, and ...
... finished unpacking the bits we have, organised, did admin, visited preschool, completed the rental checklist, razzed over to the real estate agent. Today is marked by an all round sense of achievement. High five!
Thursday 8th December: Yikes. The furniture arrives. We have a lot of stuff. ¾ of the way through the unload we are overwhelmed by the amount of stuff we own and we plead with the delivery drivers to not ...