Element on Coolum Beach
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... is the nation of the body beautiful and certainly the body fit! Everybody seems to be working out, jogging, power-walking. The local pool in Noosa, a 50m outdoor facility with 8+ lanes in permanently is full of 50yrs+ swimmers, in training, using hand pads, leg-strengthening swim-flippers etc. How different to the UK. In Chichester the fast lane is full of old people doing a breaststroke an trying to ...
... Dave won three golf balls for his NTP.
My cousin, Vernyse who lives in Coolum cooked us a nice roast pork dinner one night. It was good to catch up with her and hear some gossip from her side of the family.
It was my turn to visit the dentist here. Managed to lose a filling while testing out the pork crackling. Luckily I managed to get an appointment with the local dentist and it is all filled again now.
David decided it was time ...
... joined us at the bar before we made our way to the very swanky restaurant 'Berardos' where we enjoyed the most beautiful 3 course meal, it was lovely. We followed up with drinks in the Noosa Surf Club, sat out on the balcony overlooking the beach before returning back to the house. We enjoyed a couple more drinks before retiring a little drunk! It was a really nice last day in Noosa! ...
... s accommodation here so that the daughters can cook up a fish feast for us all tomorrow night. Now that's a tempting idea!!!! Unfortunately Clive Palmer missed out on seeing us today as the roads were totally clogged with traffic as everyone in Queensland drove to have a look at his Palmersaurus exhibition, - being free entry this weekend. We would have had to walk miles to get there, so decided to give it a miss. Sorry Clive, maybe another ...
... on any other day bar Anzac Day). We were briefed on the rules by Dave, it's a very simple gambling game, three coins are flipped into the air and you bet on heads or tails. There is a centre bet involving the person flipping the coins and side bets between the rest of the crowd. It was very entertaining to watch and we even played a few hands between ourselves, it was great fun! The amount of money changing hands was incredible!! ...