Sandcastles On The Beach Mooloolaba
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... prepaid spot at Southbank. South bank is the site of the old Expo 88 - on the south bank of the Brisbane River. Now it has 2 art galleries, a museum, the State Library, Performing Arts Centre, lots of restaurants and hotels and a man made beach - complete with sand and lifeguards but no sharks. It's fabulous. We emerged into the disgusting heat and humidity of the day. The outfit:- Beautiful, pink silk Marni top (expensive) Floral, stretch, pencil skirt from Asos (cheap) Comfy semi ...
Today we are having our excursion in the morning. We were told to check out the Eumundi Market. This takes place on Saturday morning. So off we went. This time we used the GPS in the car to get us there. When we arrived we found that it was very popular, there was no parking. We finally found a parking spot a ways away and walked back. It was quite a large market with lots of arts and crafts, food ...
... you all! I hear summer is coming to an end over there! We are just approaching spring! Can't wait!! :) But I will miss the fall colours and snow at Christmas!!
Hopefully will have some more to write about next weekend, and some more pictures!
OH, and most of you have been on my email list since my first or second trip, or if just added you and you don't want to receive these emails, please let me know as I just click send all in my address book!
... still shining bright and it was very hot. After 15 minutes we picked up a few passengers at the Gympie Terrace jetty and another 15 minutes later we got to the Sheraton jetty at Hastings St. By this point we had a full boat so we quickly moved upstairs onto the top deck to get a good viewpoint for the sunset! We cracked open a few beers and snacked on a Spanish frittata Teresa had cooked (her Spanish mothers recipe) and some cheese! We sailed across ...
... ve got that booked for magnetic island already. I finally learnt what a dingo was too! I didn't actually know what it was, kind of looks like a big hairy fox/ dog? Aborigines used to use them for help with hunting and things like that. We also walked through the red kangaroo enclosure where you could get some roo food and feed them as you walked around. They weren't the cutest of animals though, they were quite sweaty and some of them looked all grey and old when they ...