Alexandra On The Pacific
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We woke around 8ish this morning, after a strong coffee and a bit of breakfast we started the pack down of the trailer with Drue and Chris for the last time!! It was a beautiful sunny morning. Whilst we were packing the tent away we came across a funny looking spider inside (our guess is it has probably been in there with us the whole time as the tent was ...
... and used it in Korea and Taiwan. 600 quid gone. Luckily that's all the money in there so they couldn't take any more. Bank are ringing me back tonight after they have investigated so should get it back. Thank god for my three pals and my other card! ...
... line won't be a lie!! I finished off the evening by having a coffee on Hastings Street as I watched the world go by. I like Noosa so far as I like the different mix of people it attracts. My second day in Noosa I took a walk down to Noosaville which is a local village a bit further up the river on a little 'island' on the river. It was a nice walk up the riverside when I got there, lots of lovely looking restaurants up in the village along the ...
Weather: Sunny, and partly cloudy
We keep waking up around 6am here because we are 2 hours behind NZ, however we are doing a pretty good job of falling back asleep for a few hours. Or relaxing for a few hours anyways.
We got up and going around 9am as today we wanted to head to the zoo that Steve Irwin (The Crocodile Hunter) founded before he died. We got to ...
... Our group was split into 4 and each of us given a 4x4 and we would follow one after the other...the front vehicle having a lead drive/our guide. We were provided with food, a menu and sleeping bags and it was our responsibility to cook according to the menu and set up our own tents at camp....It was nice not to be on a tour where we were spoon fed and treated like school kids. We visited a number of spots over the three days, my favourite being 'Lake Wabby'. The lake is a ...