Sunshine Vista Holiday Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Chris had been gone just a couple weeks. Still, life is different when he is not with us. I feel and strategies with all the single moms out there. At times I feel like a chameleon ready to change with whatever colors suits. Without the comforts of home, friends, and familiarity, my chameleon reflex goes into hyper color.
Keeping busy, new adventures, wrestling down potential positive relationships take ...
Having the Contender here the last week made for a ton of fun on the water. I don't know if I have ever seen our family of 5 with such consistent smiles. The girls were keen to the idea of being Daddy's first mate and took pride in tying proper knots and and heaving the anchor. Each day out we would anchor on a sand bar that changed in size rapidly as the tide came and went. We were in the Noosa River, for the most part, and enjoyed ...
... he may not want to wear purple. So I bought a black one as well. The man who served us was very chatty and I kept looking at my watch because I wanted to leave and he was boring. As we left with the 2 bow ties Lynda commented on how dour the woman was - I didn't realise the other person was a woman - I thought it was a man! (Well she had short grey hair.). Lynda also commented on how she didn't even have to put her face on - Nambour was rather quiet that morning. So, ...
A short bus from Noosa and we arrived in the Sunshine Coast. We didn't have long here so we checked ourselves in to a hostel recommended by Keno (one of the lovely FNQ Heat boys). We Upgraded ourselves to a little granny room which was lovely. It was an old, old, old Queenslander house were they just rent the rooms out in it. It was very quaint and quirky and we liked it, especially our bright turquoise room and the ...
... week but sadly we must move on. Packing up at, you know around half past (we always leave then so as we can arrive at a quarter to) we set sail for some friends in a little place called Takura about 25 km’s west of Hervey Bay (how the bloody hell can the locals call it HARVEY BAY is beyond me).
Arriving at precisely quarter to as planed we set up camp and once again enjoyed the company of Jack & Jill..
The following day we caught ...