The Emerald Resort Noosa
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... will meet soon again because everybody almost have the same route ;) My month of cheap mobile data is now over which means I only have internet when I have wifi. Doesn't have any money at the phone yet but it works fine to revive calls and messages. So don't get panic if you don't hear from me of a couple of days/week. Actually I prefer not to be addicted to my phone, it's just annoying. So I'm not gonna buy internet either. :) Let the pictures ...
... stop for the bus to come, so we quickly went to Coles, it was quite a rush, but saved us walking to Woolworths later.
Back to the hostel and we tried using the internet, the best place to get it was outside, but is started raining. Had to go in the kitchen, which was next to the tv, with the speakers that someone had turned the bass up to a stupid level. Spoke to some people that were planning out their trip for a while.
After a ...
... watched a tiger show which was another brilliant show! It's so crazy how close you can get to dangerous animals just by using food as positive reinforcement. So clever! Oh and I almost forgot about the snakes!! We saw so many snakes right at the start. It's not a surprise that pretty much all of the poisonous snakes live in Australia. The 'fierce snake' is the most venomous, and the 'Taipan' is the most deadliest. It was so interesting reading all about ...
... with chicken and vegetable skewers. We sat and ate it on a park bench next to the river, over looking us were these 6 million dollar and upwards homes it was just really cool and well worth the messing around. Next to us sat these 2 birds one was from Sweden and the other, you guessed it, was Danish, you can't go anywhere they are like dog ****. But she did tell us it was snowing back home which meant that Robbie jazz gets a white Christmas. Next to us were also ...
... we had lunch.
We enabled ourselves to get to Noosa town proper, in
Hastings Street. This is where we expected to see the long awaited Ford woody
from 1946. After our long wait there she was, shinnin in the shade!!
A sign on the window said it used to be a local taxi, and
was restored twice. It also stated cost now is out of control!! Still the
pictures are free, so I took a few of them for your ...