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... was full up, I was bit worried where we were going to sleep. The bus driver overheard me on the phone and asked where we stuck on how to get to our hostel, we explained the situation to him and he was like, why don't I drop you to a town called Mooloolaba which is 45 minutes from Noosa and you can stay at a hostel there. So bless this bus driver, he took us free of charge to Mooloolaba, dropped us outside this ...
Matt needed to register at the Australian Medical Association so we drove into Brisbane city centre on Monday morning. Our experience of English traffic suggested that this was going to be a bad journey, but within 15 minutes we were parking in the centre. Australian cities are spookily quiet! We had arranged the previous day that Milly would join us for the drive up to Noosa via the Lone Pine ...
... is, but I'll try to learn those during Game 2.So after learning all this and enjoying the intensity of the game (and the crowd in the pav) the thing that still surprised me was the amount of injury/blood. In the first half one of the players dislocated his shoulder. It was not pretty, one of those replays that you really don't want to watch because it just makes you cringe every ...
... back to back, it was all a little to much for me and I escaped to the spar with a glass of wine. Marvellous! On Sunday we completed the Noosa coastal walk which was defiantly the highlight of our mini break. Matts uncle lives up the coast and had told Matt about these secret rock pools about halfway along the track. The pool was amazing totally hidden from the main track with crystal clear water, coral and brightly coloured fish. After ...
... at the top end of that. I had already walked 6.6km by the time I finished the coastal walk, so hungry! The weather was hot and sunny and views stunning. I then wandered around Hastings St (the main shopping street by Main Beach) and ate a Subway (cheapest thing going and Noosa is too upmarket for Maccas!). I then walked (up more hills!) to Noosa Junction, and then back ...