Clouds of Montville
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... doing washing and journals. We walked along Hastings Street again in more sunny conditions before deciding to have lunch at the Noosa Surf Club. Lovely view and a lovely lunch, overlooking the water. The kids played down on the beach where we could see them while we sat in the balcony and then we all had a play on the sand together. An ice cream from Nitrogenie was a highlight for everyone and we watched the young man make the icrecream using the batter and liquid ...
... he would head to the tree that was next him, but he was obviously sick of the sea view. He headed towards us, across the path then off into the wilderness. Could see where he was until he climbed up the skinniest tree around, he really wasn’t great at picking trees, event he leaves were brown!
We left him in peace and headed towards the beach, was still a little way off, but didn’t take that long. Got some more great views of the beach.
Put the ...
... Dingoes, Spike saw one who was very friendly. It was very hot so Spike went for a swim with Nanny and Grandad and they then had some lunch but some very naughty birds called Kookaburras kept pinching peoples lunch, Spike didn't let the naughty birds get his lunch though, he ate it all up in a hurry. After lunch Ken took them to a rainforest but Spike noticed it wasn't raining at all, strange. It was a very long day and he and Grandad had a nap going back to the ...
... bade us goodbye and took off to a party in Brisbane, leaving the place to us alone, being the only guests for the night, apart from the cat of course. This is a great little B&B, all of the French inspired rooms have their own character and great views over the gardens and valley.
I write this entry sitting on the deck watching the sun sink slowly behind the hills, ...
Into Caboolture for subway lunch and to visit Norma who was very sleepy and unresponsive. Olive was home early and drove us to Melany, a very pretty drive to two spectacular lookouts, one over the Glasshouse Mountains and the other to the coast. Then hit a couple of fancy shops and indulged in some retail therapy. Coffee and cake, then back to Olive's for delicious soup and ...