Clouds of Montville
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... a second
with some Aussie women. The top offered partially obscured views of
most of the other Glasshouse Mountains. You could see the small Mount
Coonowrin, larger Mount Beerwah and the flaming red leaves covering
Mount Tunbubudla (The Twins). These mountains are so dramatic, the
highest of them jut from the forested sea like craggy sea monsters. I
spent a solid few moments enjoying the view from the fire tower
(there was a guard at the top level, ...
... and merchandise into conservation and building new
exhibits. Their philosophy was that the zoo animals came first, the zoo
team came second, and the zoo visitors came third. The zoo also expanded
with the creation of a management team ...
... the evening the park just across the road had a free screening of "How to train your dragon 2" - we bought a sushi picnic and sat under the stars to watch the film with the waves in the background. A first for us all as none of us have ever been to an open air movie. A very pleasant evening as it was warm and cleared to a lovely starry sky with a half ...
... 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, ...
... of walking the beach and everyone getting pretty suntanned, another bus turned up and we all got on to have the final part of our trip a breakneck speed doing 90kph along the soft sanded beach where only the day before a 19 year old girl had been killed ( from the uk) on one of these tours. After a quick splash in lake McKenzie which was very nice I must say, we turned back to the Barge to catch the last ferry which luckily was waiting for us much ...