Travel Blogs from Noosa
... the Ozzy
norm of outdoor gyms, kids waterpark/pool and a new thing we
noticed...vinegar! Guess they're not messing when they say there are
lots of stingers in the sea up this end, as they also had so many
notice boards giving information about them and how to help someone.
Eeek. They get round it though by netting off sections of the sea and
they also had their own guarded 'rock pool' which people could swim
in. We even made it up to ...
A trip to see Mike's sister Linda and partner Keith to the Gold Coast was arduous, the Bruce Highway is extremely busy at all times. We visited with Mike's nephew and niece and our friends from Perth who are now living on the coast before heading back to Brightwater.
After a week we were packing again and heading to the airport for our next stop - Christchurch - my hometown and earthquake city.
... to the hostel to drink. After drinking games we met up with a couple of girls from Fraser. One was from Chile and possibly the most beautiful person I've seen - glad I wasn't next to her in any of the photos! Although there were no signs about it being no BYO, we were told to move, so necked the goon and headed to the bar. It was heaving and so it was a sweaty night of drinking and dancing. The next day I had my Everglades tour where ...
... we saw an 86 year old lady jump out of a plane, a lifelong ambition fulfilled. Write a bucket list, be ambitious, how ever old you are. Make it the most important list you own, write it everywhere as big as you can! We have never been robbed, attacked, or been badly ill, and I'm sure we are one of the majority, so no one should fear travel. I might regret saying that, but that's life! It's become abundantly clear that in this world, people would rather help you than hurt you, people ...
... out the many animals for the day. We got to feed kangaroos, and take selfies with them, pet koalas, and see cute little tiger cubs playing. Africa was really cool to see as well, included giraffes, zebras and baby rhinos. We also watched a birds of prey and crocodile show, and enjoyed an ice cream. By the end of the day, we were completely knackered (wiped out). Back in Brisbane, we grabbed subway quick and then took a bus to Byron Bay, where we arrived at about ...