Picture Point Terraces
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... studio. The teacher and fellow students were incredibly welcoming and friendly. It was the first Iyengar class I had ever been to. This was the best kitted out studio I've ever seen with props I couldn't even identify. The main focus of the class was inversions. We practiced handstands, forearm stands and headstands. I managed to hold Pincha (forearm stand) for about 10 seconds. The teacher then talked me through a straight leg ...
... taco. Gondola ride in Banff 7,846 ft but once again smoke haze spoilt the view, but pretty good just the same. Hot springs was a wonderful way to relax before an outdoor pub dinner. Saskatoon pie & ice cream for dessert back at Barbara's lovely unit at Canmore We then had a quick game of Bananagrams (a scrabble type word game) before ...
... Mackenzie, accessed via a severely off road track. It was pretty fun bouncing all over the place in the back! The lake itself is unreal. It's formed from rain water and is absolutely crystal clear. You could fill your water bottle up and drink it. It's that clean. We spent a few hours here swimming, playing games and just generally chilling. A perfect start to life on Fraser Island. In the evening we returned to our four bed en-suite room that we're sharing with ...
Day 67 - Tues 3rd. Feb.
Up the coast a little to look round Maroochydore before heading up a bit further to the beach at Marcoola on the Sunshine Coast. Well, we thought Surfers Paradise was empty but this place was staggering, miles and miles of empty beach. I know it's midweek and out of season but it's still 25 degrees plus.
Enough of ...
... hee hee!) Depending on what time we have rocked up to sites we either BBQ or prepare a cold meal before getting cosy for the night.
Camping in these areas means we have been totally amongst the nature. Mostly we wake up to the sounds of beautiful birdsongs unique to Australia (the Rainbow Parakeets are a particularly noisy bunch as are laughing Kookaburras) and are ...