Waves Maroochy River
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... looks like the Queensland we expect.
We had hoped to get into a caravan park at Alexandra Headlands that a few friends highly recommend, but alas it was booked out. We instead got into a lovely park right on Maroochy Beach. It is only about 2km to Sunshine plaza to the north and 4km to Mooloolaba to the south and we only have to walk out the back of the park to the beach.
After setting up and having lunch we hit the waves. Every beach we have been to from Port Douglas ...
So last night we drove to the Novotel Airport Hotel in Brisbane, through the storm, and after I'd removed 4 kg of clothes from my suitcase. My suitcase now weighed less than Glen's - 19 kg. we won't mention that I had a separate bag for makeup, skin care and hair essentials. After setting 3 alarms and ordering latex pillows from the pillow menu I had a shocking sleep because I was excited and also worried I would oversleep. But it was all ...
... trying to swerve into us and push us into some paddock full of cows) turned into dirt, he was to turn back and Spicky is going to be thrown on the now dirt road and I would run over it a number of times to teach it a lesson it would never forget!!!
So, now we are on this dirt track for what seems like ages and the B Doubles and caravans and now buses keep coming the other way at great speeds totally unaware that we were even on the same road, ignoring us and ...
... of the track. After further investigation we are pretty positive it was a brown snake, which are considered the most venomous in this region. We were tired out from the full day of exercise so we took it really slow all the way back to camp. That night was a repeat of the last minus the giant centipede attack. 28th March - Our last morning in the camp. We had to leave by 7am so that we had time to row back to our pick up point ready to give the canoes to the ...
... I am slowly changing colour. I am now not translucent.
Finally for now. I have a job! I start tomorrow. It is not the kind of job I would have done in Scotland but i will give it a go. I am going door to door telling people about charities and hoping some of them might want to donate. Yeh, I'm going to be that person... Oh well, it was at the point where that saying "beggars can't be choosers" was very apt. Wrong time of year for places to be hiring.