The Emerald Resort Noosa
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... br> The Glasshouse Mountains get their amazing shapes from evolving over 25 million years from lava plugs in volcanic cones; the cones and surrounding Landsborough sandstone were eroded by wind and water over the 25 million years to reveal the lava plugs that are seen today.
On our return to Brisbane we were delighted to see the Jacaranda trees had started to come in to full bloom; stunning.
A great family trip and one to be treasured for a number of reasons.
... the zodiacs for an almost wet landing on Cambridge Bay. I wiggled all the way to the very point of the zodiac so I didn't get my feet wet. Cambridge Bay gets snow 10 months of the year. We walked the 500 mtrs to the visitors centre. A life size polar bear standing on its hind legs adorned the entrance. I picked up a map of Nunivut. There was a 5' (150cm) low round seat in the visitors centre covered with a ...
... to Noosa. Tonight (because we haven't drank enough alcohol recently) there is an 'after party' for all of us that went on the trip which will be fun. It could also be the last night with Timo and Michael as we go our separate ways tomorrow as we head to Harvey Bay and they go to the town of 1770. However, they plan on spending three nights there meaning we'll probably meet up when we arrive there! Right I've finally got wifi which means I can upload this blog! Speak soon! Rob and Chelsea ...
... past 3 years and got to know Ken (he was on his own adventure when Frannie worked with us on the elephant orphanage in Sri Lanka) over drinks in their beautiful home. After a while she suggested to take us to Noosa National Park for a walk to show off the area’s beauty.
The town itself is set among river inlets with fancy homes dotted along the edges and an array of ...
... is sooo good! Very crowded break and lots of party waves. the locals are really friendly tho' and they all cheer when someone catches a wave and they all shout party wave with them. There was a dolphin yesterday when we were out and it was swimming between us all which was really cool, the closest I've ever been to one.
Strangely enough we've also seen a turkey in a bin haha.