Saks On Hastings
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... litres for less than £6. It's cheaper than water! It's not just goon that we're consuming in copious amounts. The four of us are partial to a couple of Tim-Tams everyday. Tim-Tams are Australia's most famous chocolate bar and they do them in a variety of flavours such as double choc, white, caramel etc. They basically look like penguins bars but are pretty incredible! I might have to bring some back to England. We sat in our eight bed dorm, which included ...
... slicer, they don't use it here and it's annoying cut your cheese with knife) Even though there is a lot of annoying things with traveling, I'm still so happy I'm doing this, if I still would be in Sweden I guess you would have found me at the psychic clinic hahaha. No really, it's soooo AWESOOMEEE to travel and see so much and meet people from all around the world!!! You see everything from different eyes than if you Living-inside-a-box. I would recommend everyone to travel ...
... One of the nicest beaches we been on!!
We then went to a cafe for lunch and booked our white water rafting trip in mission beach!! Jacks never done it and last time I did was in the Dom rep when I was a young one so we are very excited and upgraded to the "Xtreme version"!!
We came back and chilled in the pool and met 2 lads from Sheffield. They are travelling the opposite way to us and doing cairns ...
... never know.!!
But probably not.
Some time was spent in that heat searching the foreshore, to find it wasn’t here for sure!!
Our only option was to find the local police station and hope some honest person had handed it in.
A store keeper kindly gave us directions to the Noosa police station, as the local one at Tewantin wasn’t likely to be manned, as it is run by only two police men.
We arrived at the main police station ...
... and storage boxes have been swapped around between the Prado and Tvan. We're off to dinner at Thomas Corner Eatery tonight as we have worked our way through the local produce purchased at numerous markets and delis during our time here. The menu has been consulted online and expectations are high for a great meal. Tomorrow will see the final boxes packed away and the kayak strapped on the roof before we hit the road for the drive home inland following the Newell ...