The Emerald Resort Noosa
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... trip from Brisbane to Noosa so an easy trip to make! Then when our hostel shuttle bus picked us up from the bus station and took us to Nomads! We're staying in an 8 bed dorm room as it so much cheaper and we get to meet people along the way so it spices up the conversation between me and James, give us something to talk about! It's like being in a prison ward or what id imagine with 4 bunk beds just made out of iron bars, in a white brick room, with a small shower in a ...
Noosa is a pretty little beach town where people mainly go to surf and party. I checked into my hostel which was a lovely little 16 bed dorm (which turned out to actually be quite big and tidy for once with 2 showers and a separate toilet en suite!) I had planned to chill out and read my book that night however the girls in my room had other ideas! Keri is from Halifax and has your typical Yorkshire accent, Anna and Danni were from ...
... time to get back on the road and we rejoined the highway to head for Noosa, which is about 2.5 hours north of Brisbane. After an hour driving we took the scenic route up the Sunshine coast, driving through places with inviting names such as Sunrise Beach. As soon as we arrived in Noosa we immediately loved it, it seemed to be a much more relaxed version of Byron Bay. We dropped Milly off in her hostel ...
... and egg wraps for lunch.we kept on riding the quad bike for about 2 hours then we watched princess and the frog and rio as attempts to get Zoe to go to sleep but no luck. Someone came to look at the house but they were bogans and we did not trust them. We spent the rest of the night making dinner which was nachos. Delicious! It was getting dark and we had to go to ...
... it was lovely! (A little taste of home) Shortly afterwards we headed into Tewantin and to Noosa Marina where there was a Sunday market being held! It was pretty cool, about 20 stalls all selling quirky gifts. It was absolutely scorching by this point!! There were some beautiful looking restaurants along the marina that we liked the look of too, we will definitely ...