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... road trip. He was staying here for 1 month. Couldn’t wipe the smile off his face.
On the way back to our accommodation, we passed a tree full of birds (lorikeets???). The noise was deafening! They were flying in from all directions and it looked like they were pairing up for the night. We have never seen or heard anything like it.
Today Peter and Allen dropped Judy and I off at ...
... met some hilarious people. A girl we named Vergluten. She was vegan & has a gluten tolerance yet had no problem tucking into pasta with chicken! Also German Annie. With some selective hearing she had been sold at the age of 3 and her name was Anna, hence German Annie.
Our last morning and and we see off our Canoe Cover members and soon get the minibus back to Noosa for onward travel to Hervey bay and our fraser island tour for more camping oh the joys!
... had improved so we went down to Noosa River to paddle board. I'm getting better and managed to stay dry despite the many boats whizzing past me. No need for the hot skin long sleeved top, just shorts and a rashie, my kind of weather! Sunday 12th July A quiet day today due to the increasing wind. There were a few spots along the river that would have been okay for boarding but parking in Noosa is a nightmare. Even on a ...
Looked up the net to see where the nearest hardware store was and there was one at Beerwah- but when we got there it had been closed down so had to travel to Maleny some 15+Ks away. It is a beautiful little town where on the Main Street you have to reverse in backwards to the car park. Found what we needed and then had a look around the shops. Most of them were boutique style and lots of ...
... at the main show - the largest bird in the world and it was huge! Same with the crocs. They obviously have a few of those here - crikey. But we only watch a bit of the show - not sure what they are feeding them but we are happy to move along. They are all fascinating creatures but I have to say I like the cute koalas and Roos.
Spend the day there and make it home in 1/2 the time in time for a bite, a swim and then bed.