Rainbow Sea Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... believe me, it's a ******* challenge. The Everglades was a perfect amount of time in the Aussie heat, especially since we were out of food ;) but the time with the group wasn't long enough. We arrived back in Noosa on the 26th just in time to celebrate Australia Day! I unfortunately only got to enjoy the public holiday for a few hours, but I was overjoyed to be able to give the Everglade crew a proper farewell. "Let's go for a swim in the ...
... jellyfish. But it's also a tiny little place without much things to do, and the hostel we stayed in here was also far from great. The hostel was called Fraser's on Rainbow Beach, and we stayed in a room with 8 beds (4 bunk beds) and a private bathroom. Both the room and the bathroom were both dirty and ugly/worn down, however, and the hostel is the worst we've stayed at so far during this trip. We probably got a bit spoiled ...
... is a very small place, similar again to Agnes Water, with all 3 hostels on the same street and said hostels being 300m to the beach! True to form, I failed to improve my tan...and just burnt myself again instead! The place is named so not because of the rainbow we see in the sky, but due to the various colours of sand in the cliffs! Legend has it that long ago, a siren used to see a rainbow in the sky each day and wave at him, but one day a nasty man ...
Fraser Island: a must do if you come to Australia! The biggest sand island in the world, where only 4 wheel drive vehicles are allowed, will awaken the child in you! Bumpy sandy roads will make sure you jump up and down, left and right, don't dare to drive around without the seatbelt on! And make sure you don't get stuck in the softer sand as the only way to get out is to push the car! This is how with just few cars traffic ...
... wifi, I managed to fill in the right forms and wont be needing to attend an interview at the post office after all. All before the arrival of the greyhound.
Caught the greyhound to Rainbow beach, passing through the town of Maryborough, the birth town of P. L. Travers, the author of Mary Poppins and checked in. Almost out of newly formed tradition, Emma was drawn to the Information centre to see what was on offer and grab leaflets for her ...