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... the water has cooled a little from the near cyclone that passed through here only a few days ago! But being the brave peeps we are managed to brave the cooler conditions. Being a remote beach, we were surprised at just how many people were there as well as dragon boat racing going on off shore as well. We had frequent fly over’s by the rescue helicopter, and what I call a spotter plane. IDK what he was doing , may be patrolling the shore line ...
Some things you just have to learn ths hard way! W is the longest way from point A to point B!! Our journey to Eumundi , pronounced Umundi ( BTW), started out well, for the first 100 meters then I declared I had left the map behind! Unfortunately we decided to carry on, as it turned out. Fortunately time was on our side ,so we went the long way back to Nambour (KFC lunch stop from yesterday).Just to ...
... Which is probably the largest mall, IN
THE WORLD! Neumerous bargins were found
here,just laying there waiting for us!
One thing I discovered is it’s hard to take photos in the rain, of the rain! However
I tried, for you!
After Kmart shopping (9 items for $50),5 pairs of kids shoes and 4
easter packs !!
We decided to have red rooster for lunch,so we went to the
food court.Where we saw sum one who used to work with Annemiekes, ...
... spotted several places we visited 2 years ago when
last here.Luckily they didn’t recognize us!!
So we are a little pink tonight,with a blister on Annemieke’s toe from the
hiking,and some sore calf mussles from the hill climb,on my legs.
Not sure what adventures await us and the white whale (AKA
white couch),next,so watch this space.One thing is for sure ,I wont come across
another ford woody in a hurry!!
... actually found it and placed the dutch flag in it as if it was theirs? Even while there were already aboriginals living on it! The island is 123 x 22 km in size and it holds five different types of ecosystems. This was really cool because at one point we were driving through a rainforest and the next we were going over a desert like environment. First thing we did was going to lake mcKenzie, which was our favourite thing on the island! It is a lake with acidic ...